The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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JM AJfjMM tlppe* Peg j^jBiji Aigoita^ tow% Septetfttef 2?» 194S LOAN QOOTA SET , t *°$a s Series E bbhd quota for the Victory Loan eahipaigh, to bd JaunChea October 29, continuing through December 31, is $46,000,* 000, and the state's total quota foV the campaign is $135,000,000. Kossuth's quota is $969,060 of Which $849,000 ivfll be E boftds. s Quotas for the drive, the final goverflment financing " effort of this type, were announced today at a Des Moines meeting of 500 county leaders including county •chairmen and war finance committee leaders. • The quota for individuals including the E ,bond goal ia $81,000,000, and the non-blnking quota or corporation quota for the state is $54,000,000. State war finance committee leaders pointed out that the E bond goal was considerably less than the $86,000,000 quota for this security in the Seventh War Loan, t>ut said they expected a long difficult campaign, and" would not minimize the size of the job to be done. The securities which will be offered in addition to Series E, F, and G bonds, are Series C Savings Notes, 2%% Treasury Bonds of 1967-72, maturing December 15, -,-.. -.^maturing DffcMbef 16, 1982! M<f Certificates of Ifidebi* edness. . During the period from Decem* ber 3 thiCc-ugh December 8, subscriptions will be received from all hoii'bank invest6rs for the market securities. The 2%% and 2%% bonds will be dated Novem'* ber 15, and the certificates of indebtedness will be dated December 3, and will be sold at par and accrued,interest from those dates. The theme of the campaign will be "Let's Finish the Job," and stress will be placed upon the cost of rehabilitation' of veterans, the cost of mustering out men and Women in "service, cost of continued hospitalization for many veterans, as well as the continuing cost of maintaining the armies of occupation in Germany 'and Japan- Ledyard Youth Wed* Dubuque Girl Ledyard: Friends here will be interested to learn of the marriage of Gilbert Beenken, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Beenken, to Miss Juanita CLowe of Dubuque. The ceremony ,was performed last week Monday, Sept. 17 in the University Chapel at Dubuque. The bride is the daughter of a professor at the university. Gil- jert is preparing for the ministry and has 3 more years of seminary raining to complete. Wesley Girl, Now Nursefto Wed a Returning Veteran Soft Blouses for Fall Wonderful blouses—wonderful wardrobe stretchers. Wear them, under your suit—wear them with just a skirt. Pert> fresh and new for an active fall life. Classic Blouse in either long or short sleeves —white and colors. Variety of tested fabrics 2.75 to 5.95 The soft-bow blouse—• short or long sleeves- white colors. Choice of fabrics 2.98 to 4.95 Wesley: Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Thekla Eisenbacher, R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ign Elsehbacher, and T. Sgt. Jacob Strouth of Ashton, who is in the army. He was expected to arrive here the first of this week on furlough from a camp at Tacoma, Wash. He had served 2% years in the European war zone. Thekla had followed her profession in a hospital in Los Angeles Until recently. Jane Eisenbacher who is employed in a bank in Los Angeles, is expected home the latter part of this week for her sister's wed"ding. . Thekla was honored at a prenuptial shower at her home Sunday afternoon. Thirty ladies attended and enjoyed bingo several hours, after which a delicious lunch was served. The honoree received many lovely gifts. Was Oldtlmc Farmer Henry Brass, 84, who died lately at Elkader, operated a farm in Sherman township with his brother, Peter Brass years ago. The deceased, an uncle of Mrs. Joe Meurer, was born In Dubuque. His wife died in 1941. Henry Brass is survived by one brother, John of Brushdale, Minn,, and 2 sisters Mrs. Mary Wiltgen of Whittemore and Mrs. Malllnger of Ollie, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer of Irvington, Mrs. Ed Bramble of Sioux City and the Joe Meurer family attended the funeral Saturday, Sept. 15. Visit at Ole Floms Recent visitors at the .Ole K. Flom home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mikkelson and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sater of Portland, Oregon. Mr. Mikkelson's grandfather homesteaded the farm now occupied by the Henry, Baileys. Mr. Sater's father homesteaded the farm owned and occupied by the George Hildemans. Memorial at Garner Memorial services for Lt. Julius Kunz Jr. were held at the Garner court house Monday afternoon. SWEATERS and more SWEATERS Button iiip Cardl- gon or Slipover Sweater, all wool, fine, medium and heavy knits. Luscious colors 5.95 Short sleeve slip • over sweaters, colors 2.98 Junior Miss Suit like mother's several lovely styles and fabrics, size 8 to 14 14.95 Kre sen sky's Wesleyans who attended were his mother and sister Mrs* Marie Kunz and June Adel; Mr.- and Mrs. Julius M. Kunz, John Hutchison, Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, Mrs. Richard Mayes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Diekman, Halvor Flom Sr, and Gunhlld. G. I. Now a Student Maynard and Lfeon Swanson, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson are enrolled at the Iowa State College at Ames. Maynard was recently discharged from the army and entered college under the G. I. Bill of Rights. Wedding Anniversary Sunday guests at the Susan Lease home, in observance of her wedding anniversary, were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker and Raymond of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer and son of Garner, and the A. M. and Lester Leases of Wesley. Mrs. Susan Lease is past 84 years of age, keeps her own home and enjoys good health. New Baby Arrives A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cruise Friday, Sept. 14 at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. They now have a family of 3 boys and 2 girts. Mother and baby were brought home Monday. Mildred Berger is employed at the Cruise home. Study Club Meets The Study Club met on Thursday of last week at the home of Mrs. August Studer. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer had the lesson on Heredity. The next meeting will be at the Alfred Erdman home. Mrs. Vincent Daughn will have a paper on "Women in the News." Bridge Club Hostess Mrs. Nick Weber entertained her bridge club this week Thursday. Mrs. Pfeffer entertained the ladies Thursday, Sept. 13. Guests were Mrs. Don Kraiis, Mrs. Wilbur Loebig and Mrs. Larry Young- ivith. Mrs. Kraus won high score prize and Mrs. R. C. Bauer won low score prize. Eisenbacher. Wally Chrlstensen of the navy visited Wesley friends over the week end. He is home on a 30- day furlough from the navy and was on the U. S. S. Stormes. He Is a son of Mr. and . Mrs. Forrest Christensen of Algona, former Wesley residents. Monte and Bobby, young sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag of Algona are spending several weeks at the home of their maternal grandparents the George Wards. Mrs. Haag. went to Fort Sill, Okla., to be with her husband who submitted to a hernia operation. COUNCIL MINUTES August 30, 1945. The City Council met at the City Hall with the Mayor and all members of the Council present. The minutes of the last three meetings were read and approved. ' A renewal of Beer Permit was granted to G. A. Wittkopf. Sidewalk permit approved for Mrs. R.' H. Miller. An offer received by Hazel Lusby in the amount of $400 for the purchase of Lot 7, Blk 68, owned by the City was accepted. Appropriating Ordinance No. 651 was passed. APPROPRIATING ORDINANCE NO. 651 ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND Mrs. Herman Lyons and three children are spending a week or ten days at the Ed Hildman and Bob Kain homes. Mr. Lyons was called to Seattle, Wash., by the serious illness of his father. John Meuhe went to Albert Lea, Minn., Monday to visit his sister and family the Albert Dirk- sens.'He will return to a camp in Arkansas the latter part of .this week where he expects to get his discharge. Marguerite Pfeffer and her sister Mrs. Kenneth Gallager, WAVE 1-c, of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of her brother Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and family. Mrs. Gallager has recently received her discharge. ; , Mrs. Francis Hauptman will entertain her bridge club Saturday. Mrs.'H. J. Braley was hostess : tto the club Saturday, Sept. .15.'Giia -i,r^ 0 >-B»i,vto--,:Ann'vGer'desV 1$ L. Bellock, salary F. Dailey, salary T. Halpin, salary C. Wright, salary E. Graham, salary Wm. Ludwig, salary A. Hill, salary H. Stephenson, salary _ C. Webb, salary J. Ulrich, labor _ P. Laubenthal, labor W. Ettel, labor 88.50 98.50 88.50 60.50 85.80 92.60 64.30 88.50 82.60 4.00 7.15 50.00 C. Pollard, salary 116.30 I. Kohl, salary 55.10 A. Carlson, salary 92.20 H. Passmore, salary ___ Iowa State Bank, tax— 62.60 94.30 Diesel Serv., dist. _____ 519.53 C. M. St. P. & Pac. R'y, freight _____________ ,613.35 Marley Co., mdse. ____ _ 440.39 Globe Mach Co., mdse._ 27.85 W. D. Allen Co., mdse._, 5.30 Iowa Elec. Supply Co., mdse. .__. 127.77 Manzel Bros., mdse. 9.15 Mai. Iron Range Co., mdse. 311.10 Algona- Mach. Shop, re- . La von Mayes, Mrs. Ihno Gefdes, June Adel and Mary Adine'Kunz. The next regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society and C. D. of As. will be Wednesday, October 3. The C. D. of As. will have a reception of new members that evening. A 'pot luck lunch will be served after the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thissen and baby of FOrt Dodge were Sunday guests at the paternal grandparents Ed iHauptmann's home. Jerry is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thissen, making the baby a great grandchild of the mans. Haupt- Mr. and Mrs. Ign Eisenbacher and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond, the latter couple visiting here from Racine, Wis., are spending this week at Glenwood visiting Mr. Hammond's parents. Mrs. Hammond is the former Rosina pairs Botsford Lbr. Co., mdse. Algona Laundry, serv._ Funk & Deim, repairs.- Greenberg Auto Sup., repairs —• H. W. Post, freight R'y Express Ag'cy, express Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs _ Kossuth Oil Co., gas __ Dutch's Super Service, service Algona Creamery, gas _ Kohlhaas Hdw., mdse._ Algona Hdw., mdse. — .Messenger^ Print. Co.,.,. Western- Union, serv. __ N. W. Bell Tel. Co., serv. Wear Mouton for Style Economy Service lovely nlliwool button or slipover Sweater^ Jerkins 8,98 and 8.95 '•• , • v ' . .'*K • No, I Skirt Tfte tops in Sklrts ? pleated ftlj around st{t«Jied down <*> ttlp, Hue, Medium welgjit materlalsT v 4,95 to 7,91 You will never find a better buy than this smart full swinging j box etyle coat a fur that Is ge4 but lux* soft ; at W. W. Sullivan, P. M., postage : WATER FUND H. Barton, salary F. Ostrum, salary J. Ulrich, labor ___ R. Barton, salary P. Laubenthal, labor- W. Ettel,,labor C. Pollard, salary I. Kohl, salary L. Mitchell, salary Iowa State Bank, tax, __ American Fdry. & Mfg. Co., mdse. H. W. Post, freight :_ Railway Exp. Agency, 'express Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. __ Wm. C. Dau, mdse. Kossuth Motor Co., repairs —. Dutch's' Super Service, service Kossuth Oil Co., gas Culligan Zeolite Co., mdse. 236.95 Algona Hdw., mdse. 1.02 Cowan Bldg. Sup., mdse. 3.57 Lo-Well Pencil Co., mdse. , 7.58 CONSOLIDATED FUND' C. McGinnis", salary — ' 80.50 T. O'Brien, salary ._ 83.30 A. Weishaar, salary ___: 73,60 A. Boekelman, salary.. 60.10 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 3,32 Kossuth Motor Co., re.- pairs 12.34 Clements Super Serv., repairs 11.43 Ed's DX Sta:, gas 23.30 Iowa State Bank, tax-v 39.80 'J, Lashbrook, salary __ 92,60 E. Skilling, salary 96.40 H. Pierce, salary 58,40 C, Harvey, salary __,._ 66.30 J. Bahr, salary 61,40 27.10 77.61 18.12 7.97 3.10 5.79 1.90 46.40 24.58 3.42 2.60 1.77 3.48 28.56 .39 23.29 25.78 93.10 70.90 4.93 60.50 34.68 3.40 '30.00 27.50 70.10 35.97 373.85 .8.76 8.51 45.42 12.22 19.61 7.80 7.66 L. Bahr, salary G. Gunder, salary . ---Ideal Sand & Gravel, mdse, "•„_ ----- ,--.—, Kohlhaas Hdw,, mdse. „ Dumber Co."., Algp;na "mdse. Mach, Shop, „,.,:„-_, ---- ,„ Co. impl, Co., ' . Arnold, :• Motor Sup., nid$e, 54.2Q 58.40 43.08 4Q.92 73,03 .50 mdse, WlW, C, J?au, repairs .;, Q, & Rubber ,, TTM , r ,,.,_ T Super service, , ';„,„,„_,.._ Oil £o., 7,73 'MP WO 7-p FlRfi MAINTENANCE FUND Algona Fire Co., serv. - . 32.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., serv. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., serv __i „__ 4.34 SWIMMING POOL FUND In. Harris, salary 38.4(1 M. Amunson, salary „__ 44.20 F. Price, salary 40.50 R. Clement, salary 38.40 Iowa State Bank ,tax__ 18.50 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., serv. 3.32 A. Borchardt, mdse. ___ 2.39 Algona Laundry, serv— 27.66 Funk & Deim, mdse .33 COMFORT STATION FUND !\ E. Sawyer, rent 25.00 Minnie Jones, salary.__ 40.00 STORM SEWER FUND '. Kohlhaas, eng. 173.00 J. D. Hart, labor 45.00 Botsford Lmbr. Co., mdse. 4.13 DEPOSIT FUND Dewey Wilson et al, refunds _ 40.00 Passed and approved this 30th day of August, 1945. FRANK KOHLHAAS, . Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLS'ON, City Clerk. For Your DANCING Pleasure LARAMAR FORT DODGE Lynn Kerns, Sat., Sept. 29 Lynn Kerns, Sun., Sept. 30 JIMMY JOY, Wed., Oct. 3 Emll Domeler, Thurs., Oct. 4 Jimmy Caton, Sat., Oct. 6 Jimmy Caton, Sun., Oct. 7 Scandinavians, Thurs., Oct. 1J Pat.Boffman, Sal., Oct. 13 Pat Boffman, Sun., Oct. H ' Malek Bros., Thurs., Oct. 18 TOMMY TUCKER, Sat., Oct. 20 Carl Bean, Sun., Oct. 21 Save This Ad. With it and 35c (incl. taxes) it will admit you: Nov. 3, 6, 8, 13, 15, 17 or 20 Society Horse and Colt Shoil SUNDAY, SEPT. 30 Seneca Saddle Club Grounds 4 ribbons and cash awards for each event. Cecil Rooks of Des Moines will be the judge. Show begins at noon. SPONSORED BY THE SEtfECA SADDLE CLIIII ANNOUNCEMENT! Commencing October 1st I will operate the Phillips 06 Service Station at the corner of State and Jones Street on Highway 169. Come in for quality products and good service. GEORGE M. HARRIS Ideal Chester Whites Boar and Gilt Sale 40 BOARS—20 GILTS—super-hammed with a. lot of quality, straight legs, good loin and clean cut heads. Sired by Portage Model, $3200 Jr. Champion of Wisconsin, The Balancer, King Tip Top and Star Lad. Sale in tent in Clarion, 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY, OCT..2 ROBERT L. NAEFKE, Clarion, Iowa 50 S G Kraut Cabbage . BAG 89 C SUNKIST ORANGES 150Size ACORN SQUASH Polished ......... FANCY JONATHAN APPLES Jack Sprat Orange Pekoe Tea Mayflower 26 Malto Meal ---23c 1/2 Ib. Vkg. 49e No. 2 cans -2 cans 25c Mayflower White Cream Style Corn :....No. 2 can (2c Jack Sprat 45 oz ; can Grapefruit Juice ........ Harvest Brand, Pickles 33 oz. jar Brown Beauty Beans. 3 cans 25c Chocolate Cream Coffee ................ 2 1 Ib bags 59c Abbey, Choice Sliced Peaches .No. can 29c Seedless Raisins ., ............... .2 Ib pkg 25c Cake Flour ' Swans Down.... 44 oz. pkg. 25c Jack Sprat ' 3 Ib. pkg. Pancake Flour ................. — I7c Jack Sprat Pancake ' 3 Ib. pkg. Buckwheat Flour ........ . ....... 236 Bab-o ........................ 2 can8 I9c SAUERKRAUT, quart jar . 33c 1 Ib. jar , Mixed Vegetables . 2 for 29c Chow Mien Noodles....2 for 3JJg Chow Mien Vegetable-Bean Sprouts 39fi Our Favorite ( 14 oz. bottle Sauce _2 for 20C Steero—Beef or Chicken Bouillon Cubes pkg. |Qc Jack Sprat ' Tau cans Evaporated Milk ...3 for 25e Washing Powder Etsol........, 2 Ib. bag 49 e Meaium Ivory Soap bar 7fi Camay Soap... 3 for |9c Lux Soap..... „....,.. 3 for (90 Lewis Lye 1, 3 can » 25c Sunex Bleach „.;„£ for ggg GRADE A BEEF All Cuts RWMQGNA <**.' •'-^^PliP'-llK'3 Jv>~irv*:|i mK VEAL SHOULDER ROAST

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