The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1945
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fc-I I a Burt Boy, Prisoner In Italy, Germany, h Home To Stay Burt: Richard" Lavrens arrived home Sunday from Camp Chafes Ark., where he received his discharge .from the army. He was in* ducted Into the army May 22,1941 serving four years and four months. Just about half of that tittle he sbeftt as a prisoner of war to Italy and Germany. 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller spent Sunday with relatives at Havelock. Doris Phillips, Algona, spent a few days last week with her friend Phyllis McBrlde. Mrs. Andy Phillips and ' baby went to Algona Sunday for a visit . with her husband's parents. Mrs. P. .L. Dremmel left Saturday evening for Aurora, 111., where she is visiting at the home of her son Floyd. Mrs. John Long and daughter Sandra, Marmorth.v N. D., .have been spending several weeks with Burt relatives. •Mr., and Mrs. Willis Chipman, Milwaukee, .Wis;, spent the week end With his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mrs. Laurence Miller, who is employed In Des Moines, spent the week end with her'parents Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson. The Harold Stewards, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baer and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson spent the week end at the lakes. •Mft and Mrd. H. t. .,.,„,=,.., and, son Jimmy left Saturday „. their home at Sparta, Wls., after a visit at the Albert Staehle home. Carol Reynolds returned to DeS Moines Monday evening after a week end visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. Mrs. Robert Melville, who Is a technician at "the University Hospital, spent Sunday and Monday With-her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. 3. F. Vogel. Mrs. M. M. Chipman came, up from Marshalltown where she Is staying with her mother, to spend the Labor Day week end with Burt relatives and friends*. •Mrs. Fred Davis accompanied her parents Mr. and Mrs. O.- A. Campney, Algona, to Havelock Sunday where they visited Mrs. Davis* grandmother. Lorena RIebhoff began teaching at Dakota City on Monday. Mary Jean Rachut began teaching at Lak ePark and Caroline Hasse at Allison the same day. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Abbas and daughter Judy left Monday for Osceola, S. D., where they are spending a Week at the home of Mr. Abbas' sister Mrs. Mike Smith. Little Donna Bonnstetter, Cdr- Wl'th, Is spending this week at the lome of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, while her parents are on a fishing, trip. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood returned ! rom Corwith Friday where she tad spent a -few days at the home of her sister. Her brother Orville St. JoeYoung Lady Bride of War Hero on August 21 Let Cowan do the Complete Job Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK FOB A FREE ESTIMATE You may buy on our convenient monthly payment * plan if desired. ', • ' \ Cowan's can give you-a-complete job of repair and remodeling and. insulation of your home. Cowan Building Supply Co. ALGONA, IOWA Special to the Upper Des Moities: St. Joe, Sept. 4, 1945: Miss Dorothy Magher, 1630 8th St., Des Moines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Schmit, farmers of St. Joe, was married to Therman E. Pruitt, 116 Benton Blvd., Kansas City, Mo., Son Of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Pruitt of Norborne, Mo., on Tuesday, August 21, 1945, in a double- ring ceremony performed by the Rev. .George J, Theobold at St. Joseph's rectory in the presence of Close relatives and friends. The bride wore a gown of white satin over net with a finger tip veil held .in place with a beaded crown. She wore a three strdnd pearl necklace and carried a bouquet of pink roSes and baby breath* The bride's sister Mary Wagner of Omaiha, Nebr., Served as bridesmaid and Wore a gown of aqua colored net over rayon'taf- feta, silver slippers, and a locket given to her by the bride. She carried a bouquet of pink and White asters. The groom was attended by a friend, Everett 'Amble of Bricelyn, Minn., and both wore their army Uniforms and were buddies in the service. They have both received an honorable discharge. The bride was graduated from the Algona high school with the class of '39 and from nurses training in Kansas City, Mo., Sept. '41 and has been employed in Des Moines since. ' The groom was graduated from Norborne, Mo., high school with the class of '38 and was associated with the United States Cold Storage Dept. at Kansas City until he entered the service. He was Inducted at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. He Was sent overseas and saw action in Casablanca, North Africa, Sicily, Italy, Invasion of France, Germany and Austria. He Was a corporal with the signal corps in the 7th army under General Patch and was overseas 33 months. He arrived home July 19, 1945 with eight campaign stars and a unit citation to his credit, A reception was given for the bridal party at the home of the bride's parents here and fifty rel* atives and friends attended. A three course dinenr was served and a three tier wedding cake adorned with minature bride and groom served as center piece for the table. . In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lloyd and family, all of Olin, Iowa; Mrs. Fred Selberg and daughter Betty Ann, Mrs. Chester Johnson and daughters, all of L^d- yard; Mary Klien of Grant; Ann Larsen and Dolores Erpelding both of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges of Algona; Mrs. Peter Nellis of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Fisch and daughter, Mrs. Rosa Stattelmah and family, Louis Schmit, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klien and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer and family, Ger- majne Becker, Susan Naber, and the Rev. George J. Theobald. — The newlyweds will be at home after Sept. 1 in Kansas City where the groom has employment. Mrs. Lloyd Steven and family, Mapleton, Mlhn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Severson and little son Gale of Hubbard visited a few days the past 'week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gabrielson and family. Mrs. George C. Olsen celebrated her birthday Sunday when all of her children and grandchildren were there for dinner. All were present but one grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family returned home Friday night after a week of visiting at Staples, Minn., with Alfred's parents Mr, and Mrs. John Opheim and other relatives. Mrs. Pearl Beukema and family visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Azarski and family at Kanawha where they made the acquaintance of the new grandson and nephew. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon and family, Britt, were Sunday visitors of his mother Mrs. Essie McMahon. The children visited over until Monday evening at the home of their cousins 'the Ambrose Lickteig children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Doris, of Algona, Mrs. James Stebbins, Hobarton, and Mrs. Andy J. Phillips and little daughter Andre Lou of Burt were Labor Day visitors at the home of their mother •and grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise. to pay top prices to the farmers They do their part towards the advancement of agriculture and worthy of your patronage and support. They are located to the advantage of the farmers, saving them much expense In delivering the grain if they had to go elsewhere. Mr. Jurgens is an experienced grain man, having spent years in the grain business and Is willing and able to give you valuable advice on your grain and feeding problems and suggests that you call on him for market reports or the general drift of the market. », W ™ ar f P leased t° «fer you to the West Bend Elevator Co. with £, ,_, assur ance that you will be highly pleased with the treatment you receive. — Adv. I GOOD QUALITY Typing Paper 75c A Ream THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES Hoffman and family of Renwlck brought her home. Sgt. Albert Hasse arrived Saturday after 27 months service in Europe to spend a 30-day furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse. He has been in the service 34 months. ' The <R. J. Hammerstroms and Mrs. Donald Hammerstrom and daughter visite'd relatives in Graettinger Monday afternoon. Patricia Higgins, West Bend, spent the week end at the Hammerstrom home. Lt. Roland Lavrenz is expected home Saturday from Brigham City, Utah, where he recently underwent an operation on his head. He will have a 30-day furlough after which he expects to be discharged from the army. - • ( Mrs. R: A: Bartlett and son of Sibley spent two or three days last week at the home of Mrs. Bartlett's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder., Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett, Mrs. Sohroeder and Mrs. Kenneth Cook were Mason City visitors Friday. Cecil Steward was recently graduated from a special course of training at Fort Robinson, Neb. He belongs to the War Dogs Scout Platoon and is now a technician 5th class. He has been transferred to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steward. . M. Sgt. and Mrs.-B. L. Thompso nleft Monday for Lndianola after a week's visit at the home of the sergeant's sister, Mrs..Walter Campney. The Campheys and their guests spent the week end with friends artd relatives at Pocahontas and Pomeroy. 'Sgt. Thompson has been stationed at Dayton, .Ohio. A family picnic was held at the Mrs. Mary Steward and Paul Ma- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hennings and cauley home Sunday in honor of two Sons, Mishawaka, Ind., who had spent a week here. Other guests included the Everett Stewards, St. Ansgar; the Orville Stewards, Garner ; the Anton Pannkuks, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin and.Mrs. Wayne Jacobs and two children, Kanawha; Mrs. Adella Schumacher, Myrtle, Minn.; the W. H. Stewards, Ralph Steward and son Merton. The Hennings family left Monday for their home at Mishawaka, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Sanford, LuVerne, were Thursday evening visitors at the . Glen Gabrielson home. Mrs. John V. Huff will be hostess to the Serton W. S. C. S. at her home northeast of town next week Thursday afternoon, Sept. 13. ' Mr. and Mrs. 'Everett Steven and Anne Marie visited Sunday at the home of Everett's brother Mr. and 'A Good Bank in a Good Little Town" Farmers State Bank LuVerne, Iowa Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insurance in Reliable Companies No better barometer could be had for recording the growth of the successful financial and business concerns of this community than is reflected in the growth and expansion of the admirably managed banking house — Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, Iowa. They have given many years of service to their customers and today with there many years to their credit, one finds the same sound "golden rule" banking policies in force that were adopted by their founders. Strict adherance to these policies have proven their worth and is best exemplified by the large volume of business accomplished each year and their many satisfied customers. Start an account with this bank and grow with them. It is an institution of which they may well be proud and they have gained a reputation that is.not enjoyed by many banking business in much larger cities. We are pleased to give mention to this financial institution and upon the banking policies followed by them. Always a friendly welcome at the Farmers State Bank at Lu- Verne.—Adv. Algona TJ. D. M. Wanta Ads Bring Quick Besulto * mm ******»U*mmmmmmm*tmmmmmmt*m*mmmmmmm*mmmmmmm»*m*mmmm»V* Good Equipment Will f Increase Egg Profits! I * * "More Eggs From Pullets" 3 • • * * m m m m OFFICIAL NOTICE—INVITATION TO BIDDERS Sireei Resurfacing Improvements Algona, Iowa 1945" TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will bq received FOSTER'S FURNITURE PRESENTS -^that you'll be proud to have in your home at prices that fit your budget. Quality - Beauty - Low Cost You get all tj^-ee in these wonderful KROEHLER Suites, Stop m and see them, 2 KroehIfrPo«tw^« Suites, Mohair and Frieze*Oft f\f\ covers, reg, price^$16^00, now ^,__, w ^|f F**^ edroom Suites-Springs ai Of* m$ Bed family and £hsst &. «i>.i>l.Wj|}L._ J I/ 1m. _-_ fit- ' _». _!'' the City of Algona, Iowa, at her office in the'City Hall in said City until 7:30 o'clock p. m. September 13th, 1945, for the construction of bituminous resurfacing of certain streets in said City, all in compliance with the terms of certain Plans, Specifications, and Contract Documents pertaining thereto which are now on file in the. office of the City Clerk, are by this reference made a part of this Notice, and which documents are open to examination by any interested person. •• The City Council will meet Jn the council chamber of the City Hall at said, time to conduct a hearing upon said Contract Documents and, immediately upon the conclusion of said hearing, to publicly open, read and act upon such sealed written proposals as may have been received by the Clerk. Bidders may secure copies' of the Plans, Specifications, Contract Documents, and Proposal Forms either at the office of the City Clerk or at the office of Howard R. Green Company, Engineers, Bever Building, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, upon deposit of Fifteen Dollars ($15.00), all of which Will be returnable to bidders, and Ten Dollars ($10.00) of which will be returnable to non- bidders, upon the surrender and return of said Plans and Specifications on or before ten (10) days after said date of receiving bids. Each proposal shall ,be made upon said official' Proposal Forms, sealed, addressed and delivered to the City Clerk of said City, Each proposal shall be accompanied in a separate sealed envelope by a certified check issued by a banking institution in the State of Iowa in an amount not less than ten per cent (10%) of the bid which it accompanies. Said check shall be made payable to the City of Algona, Iowa, and shall be file,d by the bidder 8S security that, il awarded the contract, he will enter into contract m the prescribed form and furnish the required surety bon< in amount equal to the cpntrac sum on or before ten (10) day after «W swarf, and felling * to do said cheek, o? the cash de rjved, from $e cashing thereof ^ be retained by the Qity as agreed liquidated damages. x "*- project is divided into two is. as follows: Section «'A" „.-,_,„ 49 construction, Section -»,',' concrete 691 Pity m»rves,. tn§ "The Farmers Friend" West- Bend Elevator Co. R. W. Jurgens, Mgr. West Bend Grain - Feed - Seed - Coal Grinding: - Felco Feeds Processors of Soy Beans This elevator company, located at West Bend, has long been known over this territory and has always-been popular with the farmers of West Bend and corn- always assured the best prices and honest weights. , This company handles a large volume of grain each year and they also sell an excellent line of feds, seeds and coal at a popular prices. They have always been found boosting and supporting any local enterprise which was known to be for the betterment of the community. They are in touch at all times with the best outlet for their grain and are therefore in position Are YQU Well Equipped With • NESTS: Give Her Privacy. A clean, dark nest for each 5 pullets means more unbroken clean eggs to sell. The first egg should be laid in the nest at fhe hen house, not in the weeds. Keep 4 inches of clean litter in each nest. ™ • FEEDERS: Invite Her To Eat More. Clean feed self-fed in feeders wiU insure better health. They should be provided with reels 9 r wire guards to prevent contamination and wasting. Feeders should be at least one foot abwe the floor to prevent litter being scratched into feed. Partition troughs for eac'h : fee f d concentrate-corn, oats or other grains. Allow 4 to 5. inches feeding space for each pul- •i m m\ mi : •r •; • • WATERERS: There.'s A Pint Of Water In A Dozen Eggs. Water fountains should be conveniently located so each pullet can drink without fighting with her mates. Two 5 gallon waterers for each 100 birds are needed. Clean water supplied automatically helps control disease and insures better production. f , ' ••'•"' • ROOSTS: Let Her Rest In Peace And Comfort. The struggle to get on the high roosts invites nest roosting, broken legs and internal injuries. The 2 foot high pit roost with wire under the roosts helps reduce labor of cleaning and invites the bird to roost where she should. v , ~ "" - "T~ -, VsS Perches rounded, spaced 13 inches apart and placed on the level wffl serve well in securing good distribution at night. •SUN PEN: Enough Outdoors To Get Sunlight— But Not Enough To Permit Disease Spread. Gravel or stone with slat fencing keeps trouble from multiplying. It washes clean with every rain. ' 5 • 5 • « PHONE 229 F. S. NORTON & SON 5 -ALGONA Work Suit 92ceach Sturdy coiton suiting Sanforized shrunk Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 PHONE KOSSUTH COUNTY PAT BOOKS 18x16 inches 99 townships In colors, with l*nd- roads book «| jtn« now In prink close out

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