The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1945
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IP <m&w¥- -&j**i£V|£ 1 .- J Y J6ah Kae ahd . JSay, were takesh to ihetf Wn hbme Sunday, The baby^wHd jpighfed ovet ? ahd 8 pbuftds l-e. |g;f etiveiy" •were uom sepfc 27 at .the iftflterhai grandparefits, the .Cttftte BMsldM, Bon's sis™ AfjieS Kinftlafd Ctocd for the other 6 ehiMf fett a»d tot the h&t3ae» hold duties. Cpt v artd IM Wlllard Sanford aftd tfdtt of Algoha vlsile'd relatives afld friends here Saturday, Cpl Sanfofd ...returned recently froit overseas, he is the son of Mr", and Mrs. Archie .Sapford. ; * * . I AST 3 DAiTS d'Jf RECORD-BREAKING VALUES ^it---—j^^m^.. -.^faiit,;. ^_i.». •.-.. i-iir- i", . i- - _ - J.*«... V -.— •-•.:( J •>.'*• ci , ' " . ^ .!> J :•'.-» t . . '. . -, • Cvwry Drtp 100% Pure P«nniy/vahfo Oil TtrcsforK MOTORM ' Pcnn Sentinel MOTOR Oil, 1.69 Olyo your car the finest quality oil. It will help to prolong its life. Penn Sentinel motor oil is fall bodleo% highest nuality pure Pennsylvania oiL Best possible protection! five Gallons ,Penn Sentinel.................. ___ . ....... 4.29 piion Twp, Club Women Meet, Discuss Communism , tfnlon: the tfnfoti Township Mothers a«d Daughters club met •at the home of Mabel Tjaden with Edna Cruikshank AS asslstan hostess. ReV. and Mrs. Kitterman were appointed new club reporters. -It is hoped they will be Union twp. reporters, .The club -will sponsor home, project work this year. The panel discussion "Is the ForMalllngLaundryHom* RECAPPING MONEY CAN BUY Parcel Posit FACTORY-METHOD RECAPPING Qualit/Rubber 7.00 You : get the famous Firestone Delioxe Champion. -Gear-Grip Tread, for extra safety, extra traction and longer mileage. . • •; Pack Itnp, Address and send. It offl Sturdily built to stand rough bandlinr, Wonderful for itudenti ; away at scnool.' ' YES...They're Here! Beautiful SEAT COVERS Excellently tailored, smartly stytad, designed exclusively for Firestone. Double, loot-fltitched seams give extra strength, ' COMBINATION WALL-TONE, mmm Lakota Juniors To Preseht Class Play In Near Future Lakota: The junior class is workirig.on their class play which will be given goon. Watch for posters for the date. Hccsch Anniversary Mr. and'Mrs. Arend S waive, Arnold arid Gerald were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heesch near Titonka Saturday evening. It was :he. I^esch's wedding anniversary. Mrs. Heesch is a daughter of theiSwalves. At Creamery Meeting Nick Behrends, buttermaker, Cliff ton Buckels, assistant and John Smith, secretary of the Cooperative Cre'atnery attended the annual meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creameries at "their plant near Maosn City, Thursday. Maurice Johnston is visiting his mother Mrs. L. J. Needham. James Whalen was a business visitor in Burlington several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Karstens of Swea City were Sunday visitors at the Gus Torine home. Mrs. Dora Johnson entertained a group of boys at a birthday supper honoring her son Joe. . Winston Schroeder, flight officer, is spending a furlough at the parental Fred Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Adams entertained Mr. and Mrs. Eilt Jager of Minneapolis over the week end. • Mrs. Robert Sader and Mrs. Pearl Austin and two children are visiting at the home of their sister Mrs. ; Geisle Johnson. Mr. .and Mrs. Andrew Jansen Lament and Geraldine and Morris Wortman went to Forreston Grove, 111., Friday to visit Mrs. Jansen's brother, Rev. Tabe Loats and family. ' •• Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ewing and baby are visiting at the I. E. Wortman home. Mr. Ewihg who si Mrs. Wortman's nephew, was recently released from the army and expects to enroll in the cbl- lego at Ames. Roland Kollasch arrived home last week with a discharge from the navy. Roland has been on a submarine going out from the east coast; Mrs. Kollasch has been with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ukena , Mrs. Devere Smith was honoree at a birthday dinner Thursday at ,. .James Smith , : home. „ ..Guests were..the ,T. Doocy family^and Mrl 1 and. Mrs.- Sylvester; K6chler..and Larry of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith, Shirley and Janet. ',-'• .. ' • . .• , " •.;'. '' Lakota has a new business. Emory A. Smith opened an electrical and radio shop in the build- Ing formerly occupied by • Dr. Geilenfeld. • Emory, recently discharged from the navy after three years of service, specialized in electricity in his training in service schools. 'While aboard ship ie. worked • with radios and telephones. .' Trend in Europe Toward <J6m- munism?" Led by Helen Marie Bode, Alice Wefebfcxf 'find Ethel Gardner proved very interesting. • . • Thirty-four members and 10 guests were present. The «6xt meeting will be with Julia Taylor with Luella Schenck as assistant hostess. The first home project meeting Will be at the home of Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, on Tuesday, Oct. 23. This is an afternoon meeting. Miss Lillian Peckham, home demonstration agent, will present the lesson which is "Table Setting and Decorations." Any woman in the township is cordially invited to attend. » • '. REUNION IN HONOR OF FENTON GUESTS Fenton: A family reunion was held at the Methodist church Sunday in 'honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weisbrod and son John of New Jersey and Mrs. Ray Burke of Texas. Those attending from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs.> Gorden Weisbrod and children 1 of Omaha, Nebr., Mr. and Mrs. 'Max Podsark of Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weisbrod of Cylinder, and Mr and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice Of Fort Dodge. Mitchells Entertain The following were entertained at the Ben Mitchell home Sunday: Mr. and. Mrs. John Micklick and family of Hanlontown, Mr, and Mrs. Ole Peterson, Mrs. Dale*Lang and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Mitchell and children, Mrs; Morris Mitchell, Mr and Mrs. ' Ole Bleickwenn and Norma Jean, -Mr. and -Mrs. Albert Mitchell and BeNora and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heller of Mason City: Sgt. Wander Home Sgt. and Mrs. Carol Wander and Philip II came Sunday night tO visit With Phillip Wanders. Sgt." Wanders has a 45 day furlough. Party for Ex-Soldier Carl Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oli Berkland of Depew, has been discharged from the army. He arrived home October 13 which was the same day he went into the service four years ago. On Sunday a family get .together was held at the Oli Berkland home in honor of Carl. Those atr tending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family, .Mr. and Mrs. Eryin Berkland and family, Mr. and' Mrs. Art Berkland and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ruben Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs 1 . Henry Mansager and family, Mr.' and Mrs. Truman. Thompson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grethen. ' . • ' gona were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Voigt home. Mrs. Cariyie Johnson of Bancroft spent Friday, night and Saturday with her friend Mrs. Jess Halverson. The junior high school boys baseball team played the freshman team and won With a score to 13 to 6. Miss Hazel Weisbrod and a girl friend of Minneapolis spent the week end with Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod. Dr. and Mrs. Edw. Windel of St. James, Minh., were Sunday dinner guests at the L. J. Weisbrod home. Pvt. Dale Weisbrod of Ft. Leon- Sam Haftg Home On lS*Day Furlough Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag arrived Saturday from Fort Sill, Okla., to spend a 15 day furlough at their home in Algorta. Mrs. Haag is the former Dorothy Ward and their two small sons Monte and Bobby were at their maternal grandparents, the George Wards the past three weeks. Sam had a major Operation. Mrs. Haag and sons will return with him to Fort Sill, Five More Newcomers ard Wood, Mo., arrived Friday to spend a furlough with his wife and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bleickween of Fairville and Mrs. Earl Osborn visited with Mrs. Ann Osborrt Sunday evening. Mrs. Earl Osborn of Rockford, 111., came Friday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Twaite of Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Halverson spent Sunday in Bancroft at the lome of Mrs. Halverson's parents the Jake Kellers. Fenton relatives received word last week of the birth of a 7 Ib. 5 oz. daughter, Sheryl Lane on Oct. 2, to Lt. and Mrs. Tasker Johnson of Houston, Terfas. Mrs. Pauline Goetsch went to Rockford, 111., Monday for an extended visit. Mrs. Earl Osborn accompanied her and returned to her home in Rockford. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Eunice, Barbara Jane Hanifan and Pvt. Calvin Vaudt of Whittemore were Friday dinner-guests at the Mrs. Kate t Wegener home in Algona. Mrs. Clarence Stansberry of Moulton, Iowa, came Friday to visit with Mrs, Donald Weisbrod. Mrs. Stansberryj is Mrs. Weisbrod's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wegener and Ruth and Lydia of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Grienert of Whittemore were Friday dinner guests at the Edwin Grienert home. Mrs. Arlo Ranney entertained members of her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Wegener was a substitute. High score prize went to Mrs..Jake Schwartz and second high to Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and family and Pvt. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Frank McFall home. On Friday Pvt. Wendell Rusch left for Ft. Riley, Kansas, where he was to report Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brown and son Wilfred of Armstrong, Mrs., Anna Osborn, . Mrs. Pauline Goetsch, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod and daughter Hazel and her girl friend of Minneapolis were' Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Osborn home. Five newcomers have been listed in to the Algona past 10 days. They are Earl Bates, from Wisconsin, now living on North St., C. N, Christensen from Swea City, residing at 418 N. Jones, Ernest Gerber from Washington. Leo Jaskulke <rom Fenton, and Dick Meyer from Titonka. Seneca Saddle Club Four Corners.- Mr. and Mrs, Everett Witham, Ellen and Elmer Witham and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers attended the Saddle Club a Seneca Sunday. Everett Witham and Ellen Witham each won two prizes With their pony. There were approximately ,100 horses and ponies in the event. DWILLIM AND GOODS INSURANCfi IN TOWN OR Our cost is low— our coverage complete. We can attet ffl«i I' S!i £*** plans of taw"**** It costs nothing to find out about this before you renew or buy. L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Over S & L Stdr* Horn* Comfort that Latti • Houictimc with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone u« today CowanBldgSuppIyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Kroehler Suites and Occasional Chairs To Teach at Hawarden , s * il - 'Mrs. Howard Rabey left for Hawarden Sunday, where she wiU begin teaching Monday in the Hawarden public school. Her husband was the coach in Hawarden until he was called into the serr vice three v years ago.. . Miss Josephine .Lund was a guest of the August Sorensens of Ringsted Sunday. ' i * Hadley Bailey spent' Sunday with his sister Mrs. A. Whitlow and family of Armstrong.' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel of Al- Swap In Land Swea City: A land transaction reported in this community this week is the trade of property in which Thomas Lobb, Jr., becomes the owner of the 140-sicre Knipe larrn southwest of Swea City, and iE!r. J. B. Knipe of Armstrong acquire* thej 240-acre , Grant twp.. ; farm formerly owned ;by the Lobbs. The Lobb family will move to their new farm home on March 1, 1946. For Sale 20 PUREBRED CHESTER WHITE BOARS Bjg, thick boars; packers' type, at farmers' prices. ROBT. NAEFKE CLARION, IOWA Phone 760J3 8 Mis. E. and 1 So. of Renwick 41-42pd 86th Anniversary Atlantic &'Pacific Tea Co. stores are observing the 86th aninvers- ary this week,'John Baker, local store manager states. Since 1859, date of the company's founding by George Huntington Hartford, the organization has grown into one of the largest food distribhtors in the-world. . . AFFIDAVIT ' -OF TOW A ) HS FCOFSTJTH COUNTY i. WB. A. A.. Sehlpull. President, A. ti. Ttrowri Recrn tnrv, and tl. ,T. Bode. Treasurer, of the TCossuth Agricultural Society belni? duly sworn on oath depose and say that the said society or assocltlnn. belnir dulv Incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa, held a fair known as the Kossuth Countv'Falr on the 28 o 29 Inc. days of August. 1945 near the 'city or town of Alffona. and that the said fair consisted of'a bona 'Ide exhibition of live stock, together with agricultural products, farm implements, etc.. as contemplated by law. We further depose and say that the sum'of $2289,00 as shown In the financial statement attached hereto ms been pald-to the winning exhibitors In settlement of premiums won at the fair for the current year and hat no Part of this amount was pald'for speed events or to secure games or amusements. \Ve further depose and say that the attached financial statement Is a full 1 and complete statement of the •ecelpts and expenditures for the current year and'that the attached statistical data Is true and correct ' ' A. A. SCHIPULL. President , ' •> A. L. BROWN. Secretary " H. J. BODE. Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of October. 1046, by A. A. Sehlpull, President, A, L. Brown, secretary, and H. J. Bode/Treasurer of the above named society or association. • ' ' „ ' • • EDITH WELTER, Notary Public. • • • FINANCIAL STATEMENT ' RECEIPTS • 3ash on'hand from last report (Do not enter overdraft here) : ,,, $ 753 93 Receipts outside gate.,,..,. i.,,...,,..,...,.....-..,..... , . .. 12138.85 iecelpts day grandstand and quarter stretch...' , 519 19 Receipts night grandstand and quarter stretch ,, , 86280 Total ticket sales. , ....'......,,.'.... $3520.85 Concessions and privileges ..;....., • , ,....,,., ... 702 02 late aid (this year anticipated) , ., \ .,,'.' ,... .... . 167340 "••2ellaneou» receipts of fair: - . , Entry fees ,.,.,......,,,. f ,...; ,,.,. 168693 Exl-Jbit apace rentals .....I.. ,, so.'oo From all other sources of fair ; .,..,., 364 34 Total miscellaneous-receipts of fair. , ';..,, ....,...,......-,...,•. 31081 26 Total receljSts of fair , ,, ,, i 6978.13 County aid , ...,....,.,.,..,..,. .,.., $6100.00 Other receipts Summer Rentals ,.,,.. ............ .,.,..,...,, 1093.00 . \ Tptal receipts from sources other than fair,,.,..,, .' ;.,,..,.. ,... 6193 00 • .-Grand total receipts (Including previous balances) .'. '.,.,.,./., ,,., ".. 113 94006 _ . ' ' • . DISBURSEMENTS f",»»w.uo xipen premiums; " , . .•'.-. Agricultural products ..,..,, ,, .,.,.,,..,,,..,,,,, , ,. $51.75 Fruits an4 vegetables :... 177.80 • Plants' an4 flpwers .,,.,,,, ,.,,,.,,...,,,,....,, ,,,.,.,.,., 129.00 ' Textile and art dept. ,,...,..,.....,....,.;.,......, 131.75 School, exhibits ,.,.,,.,..-,,,.,,,.,.,.., ,.,,,i,,.. ,. 117,75 > Total open premiums ..,,.,,.,, ..,,,.,'.•,,,.>,,..,,..,,.., ., s 607.T6 Premiums: . - .'-':' •. . ;• ••••', : - .',.' •- ' . ' . ; • »» ' *'• ' 48 00 * ' ' ' (beef and dairy),"!.,!'!,,L'.'!I''?'!!.'*"'.'.'' Mi!i!'i.''MII!^ iflfliiflO : • ' '- ' _,_, t ,.;.,,:..-.i..-.,,,.,,, rj .,,,,.,,,,,., ,,,,.,.,,.,,..„..;.,,:,,,, 103.00 -•,,'•-. Lambs ,.,,,.,,,,,.,.,..,,..,,,..;,.,...,,.,.,.,.,.,....,,..., '61.00 Poultry *..... ; ..,. t ;,. : .,...,,...,,,,...,,;,....„•, i..i-s''..«.r..r.. 31.75 'Other 4-H premiums (Jlrls.,,,,.....',,•,,',.'..,,,'..,......,,. 4T8.S(li 1 ^ • Total f^ircWb-PremJums,.,,. i'.•;-, ,..,,,.,,,, i.,,.,.,-v,,,,,.,...',,,...',.,,, • •- Total premlunip other than speed.......,~>, ,•,..,......,«. ,; s(o and 'attractfans ?-. ....,,•,...,.,..'*;•',,,,,,.,.,,,,,<,<• t.iv.....,..'.,. ,.,., '---" expense of fair: '. '. '•'•.:-,'•.•'. ,' :•'•.'."•••.": •',•'/•'," '. • ' . '. • Yes...the NEW MAYTAGS! Handsome new modeli... exclusive MAYTAG feature] ' • • , * Important "I*ost-wV improvemena... new efficiency, quality, ruggedness. ' See a demomlratioa now at Algona Maytag Store Phone 399 Glenn Crilly SUITE 352-A KROEHLEB STERLING QUALITY Here's an exclusive Kroehler style with graceful modern lines and richly carved hardwood frames. Built with the famous 5-STAR Construction that assures you of long comfortable wear. Tailored in heavy durable covering fabrics. Very low priced. Occasional Chairs In a wide variety of covers. Priced from $975 «39w Platform 1 ,*" I } ' ; Rockers You will. % find .these very comfortable for the long evenings. .Th,eyVare real rest rockers. Pric'edrfrom $1778 to For Better Furniture . Fosters Furniture Store .Colts'- , •/Cattle , . $2289.00' Admtnlstr^t'ye and ompe nay roils Pplica ancf ,parfcl(iar PttjTQll*.,V,,', Qaja department, pay roll ,,..,,... , gay, r5ll8,;a,U fither aepartwents,,, t V 9F»J '9.'n4-SQBJIRen,' Jabpr- durin gtj;«r, expensotwtr in4 tjias, falr WPfSSv-,^-^ L9H*te'4v,' T *•• KV j . , .,!<.?>• f t >.-.»:')TT.? r* r« ^?>-T »• 11 >, .« .».* t ,i •• t ; »«;i?«. ^ t »:«•« s'i'j'V«:- 1 11,11. *»^- M tf.f.tjf^aft *•]•-> * ^^ ¥*.» '-"•"••• '" • • • •rt '?!?' !">'V«'»'s B86;«0 «p.oo 34.00' , HMT "lt«0'' $.w< vSQtJO' 1W ... ;, ,,• -. .,.<. ,... ki4l l ciBBtiAoaM^ '^' • ^'"'- : - " =' SOO.1'1 ' SBOS • We invite you to visit our new Shoe partment, still in Kresenskys, but now /vv the Twin CQ, Beauty Salon was former located? at we rear of the store, '••.'•• •".^•;^ t^ ^ ^^ Mathe§, assisted by Mr$, Webster will be glad to assist ypii with ' ' "'" ' ' ' . shopping iiiowr m ,^j?^' H if-..

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