The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 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 20, 1945
Page 9
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CARLOAD OF CREOSOTED POStS .- ..• ALSO ALL SI2ES OF WHITE CEDAR POSTS AND LOTS OF i STEEL POSTS fht Algous t^pgy |te8 jteliiea, Algo for three weeks. J50, 1$45 Phone 256 , ...• •-•• • . Lumber Co. Irvington: Notice has been given dut through the war department that Sister Marguerite (Armelia Gales) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales was included In a partial list of civilians liberated from- Japanese custody. Sister Marguerite was serving as a missionary under the auspices of the Catholic church. Army Stomach Ailment ^Pfc. Merle Chamberlain, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain, Is recovering fr&m a tropical stomach ailment called hepeticus in an army hospital on an island off Luzon. Merle has been ill over two months. During his illness his company was sent 'on to Japan After his 'recovery he hopes to rejoin his old outfit. He has been in battle as he has written he has received the combat badge. • H«Mb Zumachs Of Whfttemare Observe 11th Anniversary Whlttemore: A number of rela lives and friends gathered at th< Home of Mr. and Mrs. Herber Zumach to celebrate their llth wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eilmer Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mey?!' Mr -, and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roeber , ,, anc l Mrs - Louis Greinert ,anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erase and daughters, Mf. and Mrs. August Vaudt Jr. and family and Mrs. Frank Jur- gefns. The evening was spent playing cards and a luncheon was served. Jim Pool CURRENT COMMENT Mrs.-Fred Dunn of Laramie, ,Wyo., visited last week with her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips mo- tore'd to Spencer last Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Nels Peterseh. Mrs. Petersen is the mother of Mrs. Clarence Phillips, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Harry Kimball of Seattle, Wash, has been a recent guest at,.the A. W. Lemkees. Mr. Kimball being Mrs. Lemkee's brother. He is a veteran of both world wars and just recently received his final discharge .papers from World War II. For the latter he served In the European area. Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain and Mrs. John Schulz attended a district church meeting at Rolfe last Sunday afternoon and evening as representatives of the local Presbyterian church. Both ladies hold church offices. Mrs. Schulz being a trustee and Mrs. Chamberlain an elder. Church services will be resumed this Sunday with Sunday schoil at seven 'followed by church at eight. "How come Sue rates the big~convoy?" -"She said the refrigerator at home was loaded with milk." As .our servicemen return, one of ; the first things they, ask for, is Milk. To them, it's one of the good things that make up the American way of life. Their en, thusiasm gives us all a new appre- IOWAJAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION ciation of Milk, Nature's best in food... so rich in natural vitamins, proteins and minerals. Thanks to splendid farm-production, there's Milk for all of us. i See that your family enjoys its full share. Service Women in Bancroft Meeting Friday Afternoon Ledyard: On Friday afternoon 17 ladies from here went to Bancroft to the home of Mrs. Rose Moulton for a United Service Women's work meeting and a vanishing tea. They tied chair lap robes and quilts and sewed blocks for more robes and also worked on pillow slips. Mrs. Moulton served a delicious lunch and the tea col- lection'was $5.50. The U. S. W. A. will have a general meeting and program at the town hall the firs); Monday evening in October. Fishermen Have Luck Mr. ( and Mrs. Herman. Voigt entertained a number of relatives and friends at' cards and a fish dinner Monday evening. Mr. Volgt and Lorenz Hansen returned home from a week's fishing trip m northern Minnespta, in the Cass lake region and both reporl the best of luck with northern pike and walleyed pike. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, William Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and- Mrs. Wallace Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. .Lorenz Hansen and daughter Wanda, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Erwin Siems and Adelia Bell. In cards Erwin Siems won high for. the men, George Meyer won low and travel, Adelia Bell was high for the women and Wanda Hanson low. Has Heart Attack Gerhart Wehrspann suffered a slight heart attack Friday evening at last report he is getting along splendid, but is to remain in bed He's Seeing Europe Mr. and,Mrs. Arthur Heiden with received a letter from thel son Ellsworth who is stationed a present at Bensheln, Germany with the 34th Brigade. That he ha been seeing quite a l&t of country lately taking officers to various parts in Germany and France, jus recently he took two officers from Heidelburg .to Paris to get their discharge, and only three weekf ago he took four officers'to Heidenheim, where he looked up his schoolmate, Melvin Heinrich, and spent several hours with him. He stated that he drives from 200 to 300 miles every day. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son Walter, Mr .and Mrs. Hugo Taulstich and family and August Gade were Sunday evening visitors at the Herman Meyer home. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Behnke aiv "amily, Westgate, attended the 60th anniversary of the Lutheran congregation here Sunday. They vere accompanied by Dorothy Braatz who is teaching the paro- hinl school at Westgate. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vaudt and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Thayer and Irene Vaudt, Farnham" 'ille, spent the week end with rel- tives here. They also attended he 60th anniversary of St. Paul's ^utheran congregation here Sun- ay. The Vaudts formerly lived in this community before moving to Farnhamville. Paul Egel, Irvington Has 111 Points—Enuf! Irvington: Paul Egel, T-4, has received his discharge from the army and is now visiting with his parents Mr. and'Mrs. Chas. Egel on the Ridgeroad. Paul had 111 points to his credit having been in the service four years and seven months with over three years overseas. OmSENPARTY Ottosen: The Progressive Club held its annual anniversary party Friday evening in the Presbyterian church parlors. It is the custom at this party each year to have the husbands and the teachers as guests. The president Mrs. Max dart gave the Welcome and Supt. E. B Emmohs gave the response anc introduced the teachers. Jessie Van Buskirk won a card of buttons for getting his button sewed on cloth first in a sewing contest. After that four volunteers were called for to see who could drink a bottle of pop first. Mrs. Richards brought out the bottles of coca •cola which had a nipple on each Jottle and Max Clark after much lard work on his nipple got his bottle down first. ]lrst_Ottosen Dischargee Ronald Vinaas, son of James Vinaas, returned home Friday evening from Jefferson Barracks where he received his honorable discharge from the army. He is the irst one from this community to eceive a discharge. He had been n the service three years and one month and overseas with the ninth ir force for nineteen months. He erved most of his time overseas n England, France and Belgium. Ralph Richards was a busines- caller in Fort Dodge on Saturday and in Algona on Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hagen were Sunday callers at the Henry Gregerson home at Livermore »» Mr \2 nd Mrs - LI °y d Elston and Mrs. Mayrne . Hofius of Algona were Monday callers at the Eugene Hofius home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nash and family of Dakota City and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and family were Sunday, callers at the James Vinaas home. .:•••.:•:- \, . . • ' -, [440-450/21."; ...".... $10.80 plus tax' !450-500/20.",, .$12.01 plus tax r ;475-500/19. .• i........... $10.84 plus tear: (525-550/18., : ,........... $11;64 plus tax ; .525-550/17. v ..:......... $12.80 plus taxi ; 625T650/16. „'.•;........ .$16.95 plus taxj 1700/16............" .$19.20 plus tax) 7QO/15. i i.. ... ,,,,,,,, • *1Q IK «!..... *„..( id/an.... .,,'.'.'.'.','.', These 4 p|y Urea are stronger and pater than pre-war Mrep, •:..: f ¥ASSET^GER $18.75 plus tax! $ 9.65 plus taxi """' PONCCfU KNOW THERE'S A WAR ON New Machines For Sale HM238 power lift cultivator, complete. 3 to 5 h. p. LB engine, radiator cooled. Double and single unit milkers, complete with electric pump. McCormick Deering cream separator, electric and hand turn. HM 110 2-row tractor planter with fertilizer attachment. 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