The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 11
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HELDPROfiRAHOF MUSIC, PLAYLETS Ottosen: The Parent-Teachers Association met Tuesday evening In the ihgh school auditorium. On the program were Conley Daniels, Marguerite Struthers, Paul Wat- nem, Marjori'e Luse, Mrs. E. B. Emmons, high school teacher, and group musical numbers. LeRoy Jacobson and Muriel Zinnel pre» sented a skit. Another was given by. Ralph Richards," Fred Kampen and Mnrgururie Guderiah. The next meeting will be the first Tuesday in November and the American Legion Auxiliary will llllflill You want ?our {all pigs to be thritty—. lo g&ln and grow fast — to build sturdy homes right from Hie start. HONEYMEAD MEEL ia the pig starter you are looking for — to help you get these money-making feeding results at low cost. It has been •proving it for years. COMES READY TO FEED — Young pigs need proteins and minerals. HONEYMEAD MEEL supplies them in properly balanced amounts. So — slarl your fall pigs on HONEYMEAD MEEL with corn and other grains. Keep •hem on it... and plan ahead for best profits ot market time. Order HONEYMEAD MEEL • today, from your Honeymead dealer. wmffl. Honeymead Meet 1$ also 00 Ideal conditioner tor sows , . . fo gef them ready for rebreedlng or marketing. HONEYMEAD PLANTS AT 8 na,a Spencer, ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 169 Phone 257 have charge of the program. Appointed to the ' refreshment committee were Mrs. G. I. Purdy, chairman, Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl, Mrs. John Vinaas and Mrs. Jens Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper and family were Sunday callers at the George Cooper home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonde, Beryl and Allen of Bradgate visited Sunday at the G I. Purdy home. Mrs. Dwaine Andrep? of Ashville, North Carolina, spent last M6vieK Andrew of Rutland GSttonat Thursday, evening. Mr. and, Mfs, dlaud6 „.«,,„ a ?, d d /"£ hte *s Carol aftd deraldl.™ all of .Rolfe were Sunday callers at the Alfred Lemke hbme. ;'. Misses Esther, and Marbella Zinnell of West Bend Were Sun* day afternoon visitors at. the home of their uncle Edward JSlhnel. Mrs. Irene Johnson and chil* dren of Lake City, visited at the home of her mother Mrs. G. 1. Purdy from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper of Humbdldt were Wednesday callers at the Ernest Enockson home. Mrs. Enockson is a daughter of the Coopers. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd O'Brien of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening For Sale 20 PUREBRED CHESTER WHITE BOARS Big, thick boars; packers' type, at farmers' prices. ROBT. NAEFKE CLARION, IOWA Phone 760J3 8 Mis. E. and 1 So. of Remvick 41-42pd (0-0-0-OH w/rafs //t M/s 6006 / Sixteen colorful pages filled with new ideas for more gracious living— it's a preview of good things to come . . . from Admiral. Get a copy from your Admiral dealer or just drop a postcard to dinner guests at the Roy Jacobson home. Mrs. O'Brien and Mrs. Jacobson are sisters. • ' Mrs. Chester Alrrie and daughter Shirley spent from Friday 'afternoon until Saturday afternoon at the parental J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. __, Peter Holt and daughter Mar^ garet were Thursday afternoon callers at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate. Mrs. Jacobs is a daughfer of Peter Holt. Mr. ahd Mrs. Lloyd Elston of | Algona and Mrs. Newton Mack and daughters Anne and Jeanne of Des Moines were callers at the Eugene Hofius home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Jr. and daughter Sherry Ann of Mason City spent from Wednesday until Friday at the parental Peter Holt home. Mrs. Espinosa was formerly Mavis Holt. The U. S. W. A. met .Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Percy Watnem with nine members present. The next meeting will be the first Monday in November at the home of Mrs. Ernest Enockson. Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark were callers at the Mercy hospital in Mason City and visited with Mr. Clark's mother Mrs. M. L. Clark, who recently underwent an operation there. She is reported coming along fine. Lt. .and Mrs. Carol Winther, Mrs. Al Winther and Mrs. William Usher all of Osage visited at the Donald Usher home Wednesday. Also Mrs. Wilbur Stone and children Margaret and Tommy of Rochester, New York, were' callers there Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahon and daughter Carrie Mae of Correctionville, Iowa, arrived Sunday at the latter's parental home, the Oliver Kinseths. They returned Monday. Also Mrs. James Barber and son Dennis Ray spent Saturday night at the Oliver Kinseth home returning to their home in West Bend on Sunday. Eugene Struthers arrived home Friday evening following his honorable discharge from the army. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Struthers and had been in service 19 months. At the time ,-rf his release he was corporal and an aerial engineer in the army air corps. The young man graduated from the Ottosen high school in 1942 and before entry in the service was a student at Ames college where he plans to enroll again. The Struthers have one other son, Ralph, carpenters mate third class, who is at the present time on Okinawa. - r and his BroHttMtWawMartin Zimmermen, lorffierly: of Algbifta have bought the stock and equip' ifient from Gedrgte-Elbeft, and will take over the garage and repair shop operat.ed by Mr. Elbert for the past ten years. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell and .daughter Phyllis and Mrs. Sophia Bell- and daughter Adelia Visited with Mrs. Lena Sell, Blue Earth Minn., Sunday. They also drove to Willow Creek, Minn., where the former visited wfui their daughter Ruth, who is teaching the four lower grades In the parochial srhool in Willow Creek. L. W. Swanson Was a business caller in Des Molnes Monday ,of this week. Eldora Maahs entertained a number of her friends Sunday evening at a dinner,and show at the Call theatre. Guests were Mrs. Ellsworth Heidehwlthj West Bend, Mrs. Margaret Gingerlch, Esther Struecker and Harriet Sehmellng, Ilcman Volght Birthday— A group of relatives and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight gathered at their home Sunday evening to celebrate Mrs. Voight's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and •daughter Elaine and son Eldon Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Mrs, Ruth Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight and son James Mr. and Mrs, Loreriz Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith, John F. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, Mr. and Mrs, Lester Baas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie C. Baas and daughter Elda, .Mr. and Mrs., Vern Mathahs and daughters Donna Jean and Rose. Carroll, Fred McWorther and son Donald and Luella Frisby of here, Rosella Voigt, Algona. John Baas' Birthday— Those who helped John P. Baa celebrate his birthday Frida night were Mr, and Mrs. Simo; Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Herma: Voigt, and daughte Evelyn, Frei McWorther and son Donald, Lu el!n Frisby, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Harms, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bry ant, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Arn dorfer. The evening was spen playing cads, Simon Weber win ning high and Herman Voigt low Luella Frisby high and Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer low for the women Mrs. Herman Voigt received trave prize. Mrs.. Baas served a luncheon before the party broke up. Keene Family Gathering— Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene had a family gathering at their 'and M*sv ,M\MeMiS '>. teddy, Mft afldr MrlS KeefteV MrSs fidhtSM . Mf. aftd Mrs. Henry , Gellenfeld, Als&na, and Peter Keene at hdme, 4 Mrs. i Ellsworth fifeidehwith en 4 west Beftpy spent the week with her husband's parents Mr; and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwltn, Erwin Siems accompanied by his mother Mrs.'EMllle Siems ahd Mrs. Herman Gade spent from Thursday until Sunday ' (visiting with relatives at Northwood» . S-Sgt. RussellS.' Gattohj af* rived at the .home of his mother Mrs. G; I. Purdy following his discharge from the army on September 26, 1948. The young man' has been in the service five years, In November, 1944 he was sent to the European Theater of Operation with the 42nd Rainbow Division. He returned to the United States In September where he received his discharge. At .the time of his discharge ihe was staff sergeant. KOSSUTH COUNti IMLEMENT THE JOHN GENERAL ELECl?Kie U. ix M, Wants Ads 1 fcMh|? Qutek Results oiur;i\.\i, the TMstH^ Court of .Town, !n and fur Kossntli Connly HOMK OAVNKRS 1 LOAN COTtPORA- . TION. Plaintiff, D77JJXTS nKGAP.TV: .TOR-RTH HTCG- ATtTY and LOIS TTRGATITV. lius- nnnrt and wifo; PKTRIt HRO MI- TV. sinjrlo: .ITTLIA RPRATl. single; and to UH> unknown hylr.s of MliN nlo n>K,-n-ly. Deceased, and to the unknown claimants of all of Illock Sovonty-one (71), Call's Addition to Alffona, Iowa, et al nofomhinti". TO THK AMOVK-NAMED DKPKND- 1'ou are horoby notified tliat tl o I etltlon of the above-named plaintiff li: the above-entitled action Is now on file In tbe Office of tbe Clerk of tho District Court of Ko.sautb County, Iowa, uud which Tulitlon prays for personal Judgment against tlio defendants, Uennls Hegarty u'll HcBarty, .loseiil. HeKarty! Agnes I'liJIIIps, Koy J J lilllips, O'dull Kller and .John lOller, for tbe sum >u On» Tbousand Seven Hundred tX'j'-irK*''' 11 i "'"' •" s / 100 Uollnra (Jl.JSIli.lh;, wltb intereKl ut tile rate of five per cent (0%J per annum Iroin and- alter tbe 31st day of Aujr- ust, Jinn, and for the costs of tl Is action. Including accruing costs ami iim,riiL-y tees for plaintiff's attorneys, ana cust of extending u,e Abstract of Title, as money Justly due and owing to plaintiff on a note '•xi-iniied by Mlnnio He B arty and .lolin Jlesurty, now both deceased to tbe plaintiff. Home Owners' Loar Corporation, on tlie 31st day of January, JI>:M. and upon an Extension Agreement executed, by tho Uefeml- ai.ls, Dennis Heuarty. Kmrnett Heg- U'i nil Juiic T | l 1 Hegurty, Agnes ' Fhllllps, o'dell on tbe , nruylng also lor tl.o foreclosure of tbo G«f Home Comfort (hat Luff a Houietime with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone us today' CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Fire Prevention Week Oct. 7-13 Good housekeeping in home or store helps prevent serious fire damage. Once a fire starts, accumulated "junk," cobwebs and loose wallpaper will help spread, the fire. Most important, use every care to prevent a fire getting a start. - Do not overload eleptric circuits, have your heating plant checked at least once a year, and be sure your cigarette is out. Insurance can prevent financial loss, but in these days of scarce building materials and household items, it cannot do the work you would have to do to repair or replace your possessions. You can do your part by using the care neessary to prevent a fire in your property. INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA ALGONA, IOWA All...a Promise from TUNE IN CBS, Sunday., 2:30 PM, EWT, far Admiral "World N«w« Today." Kohlhaas Hardware, Algona i nl , lilllns, Koy J'-IItT ai:d Jolm Kller, lalli day of March, 1!MO; lor tl.o foreclosure mortgage given to secure tbo payment of said note and Interest, by said Minnie Hegurty and Jolm Hegarty, her husband, now both deceased, to the plaintiff covering the following-described real estate? slt- imied In the County of Kossutb and .State of Iowa, to-wlt: All of Block Seventy-one (71) Cull s. Addition to Algona, Iowa. tG.getl.er with all Improvements j, iK ;''H ..... beating, plumbing and igbtlng fixtures and equipment then or thereafter attached to or used in connection with said prein- Plaintiff further asks that said judgment, together with costs, accruing cjosts and attorneys fees for Plaintiff's attorneys and interest be established and decreed as a Hen against tlio above-decrlbed mortgaged premises from the date of 1934 '• portsaife ' t°-wlt: January 31. Plaintiff further prays that whatever right, title, interest or claim the defendants or any one or more of them may have shall be declared to Ixi junior and Inferior to the lien of plaintiff's mortgage and Judgment. Plaintiff further prays for tbe issuance of a Special Execution and a sale of said mortgaged premises and prays that the equity of redemption of the defendants, and each and all of them, be forever barred and foreclosed, except such rights of redemption as are given by tbe laws of the State of Iowa; prays for the appointment of a Receiver to take Immediate possession of said mortgaged premises, and prays for other and additional equitable relief, all au set out In said Petition. FOR A FULL STATEMENT OF PLAINTIFF'S CAUSE OF ACTION SEB SAID PETITION NOW ON FILE. You are also hereby notified to appear at said Court in Algona. Kossuth County. Iowa, on or before the 16th day of November, 1945. and that unless you so appear your default will be entered and judgment will *•" rendered against you for the relief demanded In the petition. LINNAN & LYNCH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Address: }9tt North Dodge 40-44 AJeona, Iowa. FIRE Prevention WEEK Oct. 7 to 13th One of tlio fastest and most destructive forces Is fire. In no time at nil fire can destroy your home and helQiiglngs—your business and future security. 1'recnu- tion on the part of each individual can prevent overwhelming loss of life and property caused by fire. During Tire Prevention' IVeek, October 7th to IStli, bo Hiiro to Inspect your home and business premises — and remove all fire lin/ards. 50 Common Causes of Fire 1 Ashes and coals against wood or in woodbox 2 Automobile—defective wiring. 3 Automobile backfire, 4 Blow and oil torches. 5 ' Bonfires and rubbish. 6 Bridged electric fuses, 7 Brooder lamps and stoves. , i 8 Candle, lamp and lantern carelessness. 9 Celluloid toys and toilet-sets. 10 Children playing with matches. 11 Chimney not high enough above roof, 12 Chimney on bracket. 13 Chimney unprotected where exposed to wood. H Children leaving gas jets turned PH. 15 Cleaning .silks in Gasoline, 16 Clothing and bedding near stoves and pipes. 17 Curtains blowing JntPflajoes. 18 Defective electric wiring. 19 Defectjve electric appliances an4 motors. 20 Defective fireplaces, flues and chinweys. 21 Defective oil burners and gasoline stqyes, 22 Defective pipes to stoves W4 Heatipg pisnts, 23 Electrie knotted cord,, A•'• : ?4 Electric drpp cqrjj hung $n nail. ' 25 Electric iron, wrier, heater, or range Jef| m Ex$>,ose4 wood 27 |"jrep|ace 28 Fireworks, - , 29 .Fumigation. ' , 30 Gasoline carelessness, ' ' 31 inflammable cleaning fluid, 33 Improperly installed hefting apparatus, 33 Joist jesting in brick chimney, 35 NO stove board protecting ^oo«i floors, 36 No insulating around chimneys, flues 37 Oily rags arid mops, waste, * " 38 Offset cliimneys, 39 Overheated stoyesjand. furnaces, .40 Radio antenna ,npt .prpperly gf 41 iiubbisli in attic wa pajsemeiw, 43 Sagging smoke pipes, 43 Smokers' carelesspesj. 44 Soot in cninweys and smoke 45 Sparks froin ^ •" '-'- ' JI1 -"--' shinsJe?- -'4 'paints, *' •• «i §p)«t»ieaus. . goal ' Pit* Kossuth County Mutual Fire Insuran • •*•• ^ -;;:, ^ ; • - : i^^9t^»m,im^" : ,j ••!:''' :: f<MWK: : : "

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