The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1945 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1945
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•••:'f-,*>.£:•';. • : :>f' : /'^'.ik'3fW%"<'j%'t~}rw ^ .v?s ';••;. •-- ; ?!'S:^-^^-v^V^;:^^-/':^:-^%^ ; ' higir '»raairtti»l*''ifip^fiif M JiaW 14 -IMtitttM 1 ii id* tfif iMiftoli Railway. ;;,••:'•...: ;: 'A';;/-'. -..„--,.. Farmers In general bfeeS tfcking advantage o* nice tteather the J>a8t Week have been' combining beans. Several steel bins have beeri erect- Aa'itlong the railroad just north of ihfe depot for storage oi soy beans. Some of these bins were moved here from St. Benedict. New Son at Jenkins . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jenkins are parents of a nine and three-quarter: pound daughter born at Des Mbines on Oct. 8. The young miss Ms been named Claudia LaVonne. The Jenkins have one other child, Joe Jr. age 1V4 years. Joe a discharged veteran of this war is attending junior college in Fort Dodge. He 'Is also a graduate of the Algonn high school. ..' Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. David King were Mr. and Mrs. Ward. Nora Kelley af Fort Dodge is again keeping house for Henry Hahle. The Ladies Missionary Society •will meet at the church on Friday •afternoon, Mrs. Chas. Egel and son Stanley spent several days last week at Davenport. Leonard Hansen has been ill for some time. He will have his ton- eils removed this week. Mrs. Mary Dole and daughter Marvel were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hannoa. • The George Schumacker family motored to Wodert Sunday, and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. George Lester. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain went to Lohrville last Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Ellis Guess uncle of Mry dha»6£flaltt Vernon ftobisoh, eldest soft oJ Mr. and Mrs. Rome Rdbis&n, has received his discharge from- the navy and now has employment in the shipyards in California. A fine chicken supper was serv* ed by the ladies of the Presbyterian church here oh Oct. 9 to the general public. However the pro* ceeds were not as large as last year. t Mrs. Arthur Maasdam spent last Wednesday at Jackson, Minn., going there to visit « collegemate who is a returned missionary from Africa. Mrs. Wm. Krause of Renwick, mother of Mrs. Maasdam, stayed with the Maasdam children. Pfc. Merle Chamberlain has written his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain that he has been released from the hospital on Leyte island in the Philippines and has now rejoined his company and expects to land in Japan on Oct. 20. Pvt. Dwight Sabin left Tuesday evening for Ft. Riley, Kansas, after a short furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin. Dwight has just completed his soot training at Camp Sannin, Tex. Last Sunday evening the Sa- jins received a phone call from their son Pfc. Harold Sabin from Denver, Colo. Harold has been n the service nearly four years and recently landed at Seattle. Move To Algona Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farnstrom and children Bobbie and Terry are .iving with Mr. and Mrs. Harold VIosher, temporarily, until a house can be found. Mrs. Farnstrom and Mrs. Mosher are sisters. On a visit here a few months ago, the Farri- stroms were eo well pleased with Algona they decided to make it their home. Mr. Farnstrom has been engaged in war work in Detroit and has employment in Algona which will begin at once. BITCLOB WOMEN MET MONDAY AT DREMMEHOME Burt: The Woman's Club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, with Mrs; Glee Bullock as assisting hostess. The program Included piano numbers by Marlene and Charlotte Dremmel, Charlotte played "Forest Dawn" by Thompson. Marlene played "Invitation to the.Dance", by Weber, and the two played a duet, "Drink to Me .Only With Thine Eyes." Mrs. O. H. Graham gave a book study of "Russia Is No Riddle" by Edmound Stevens. The teachers were guests of the club at this meeting. Circles Met Wednesday The Presbyterian Woman's Circles met Wednesday afternoon of this week as follows: Circle A at Mrs. R. C. Dremmels with Mrs. Chris Knudsen assisting. Circle B at Mrs. J. P. Trunkhills. Circle C at Mrs. G. W. Patterson's with Mrs. Lewis Scott assisting. Circle D will not meet until next Wednesday at Mrs. Earl Millers with Mrs. M. J. Trunkhill assisting. Daughter to Stows Burt friends have received announcements of the birth of a daughter, Christie Loralne, to Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stow at Pensacola, Fla., on Oct. 6. The Stows are former Burt residents. !•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ Look Here ELECTRIC MOTOR GRINDERS HORSE ELECTRIC MOTORS 4" AND 5" BENCH VISE LEG PATTERN 44" VISE RUBBER TIRE WHEEL BARROWS •Kohlhaas Hardware. Mnnmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmm»mmmmmmmmmmnm Ex-Teacher a Mother Mr. and Mrs. John Mosbach, Whittemore, are parents of a son born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle was the attending physician. Mrs. Mosbach was formerly Frances Vaughn and taught in Burt a few years ago. Birthday Party at Moores In honor of the birthday of Mrs. Robert Moore and her twin brother Glenn Raney, Algona, the following relatives spent Sunday at the Moore home: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rnney, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Heiter, Mrs. Cora Raney, Mrs. Andy Phillips and daughter Andra all of Algona. War Chest Fund Raised Mrs. W. B. Officer, local chairman of the War Chest drive, announces that the quota was more than raised. Those helping in the drive were Mrs. Hugh McDonald, Mary McDonald, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, Lurena Wessel, Mrs O. H. Graham, Mrs. Jim Ohristensen, Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, Mrs. G. H. McMullen and Mrs. Clifford Holding and Marie Grover. Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler spent the week end with relatives at Waltham, Minn. Mrs. A. F. Carter, Ottumwa spent Friday and Saturday with Burt friends. The Sylvester Garmans, Britt were Sunday supper guests at the Victor Garman home. Lillian Bredeson, Lake Mills spent a few days over the week end at the Fred Layrenz home. Mrs. Lililam Schumacher, Myrtle, Minn., is spending a few days with her mother Mrs. Mary Steward. Linda Larson, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson, has Allisbtt) sjjeflt the Week eftdWitf hef patents MrV m& MrS.•'• EMI Hasse. ' j' MrV and MrS. Hugh left Saturday for Sdtith Dakota 16 visit Mr. .Williams' aged father a few days. Lorene Carlson, R. M.,' Moines spent the week end with her sister Gail at the Jdhn Koest ler home. W. P. Kearns, Ringsted. visitec at the Wm. Garman fiome Sunday afternoon, He is Mrs. Garman's brother. The Fortnightly Club will meet with Mrs, W. B. Officer Friday afternoon instead, of last Friday as at first planned^ Mrs. Paul Macauley and Mrs Lillian Sheldon left Sunday for Cedar Rapids where they attended the Rebekah assembly. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle spent Sunday at the Mrs. P. F. Kriethe home at Owattono, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. William Otto, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the Roland Lavrenz homo. They are Mrs. Lavrenz parents. Paul Macaiiley left Tuesday for BllonsbUrg, W^sh;, to visit his nephew Paul Manor. He also planned to visit his sisters in Oregon. The Peter Arends, Christine and Rose Arend, Algona, and the John Arends, St. Benedict, were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Arena home. C. W. Reynolds went to Des Moines Saturday evening and visited until Sunday noon with his son Carol, who is a student at the A. I. B. Mrs. Charles Hawks, Spirit Lake came Sunday for a few days visit at the home' of her sister Mrs. Herman Neitzel and at the Marlow homes. Harry Curtis who had been confined to his bed for several days, •was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday and is in a serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosencrarix Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. John Lainge, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. The G. H. McMullens spent BEN FRANKLIN STORE Iowa Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Baby Pants Elephant Cookie Jar Rubbertex rayon. Regular value 39c, Large kitchen size apron Regular 29c value. In blue, red or yellow trim Wash Basket Large size, woven basket Oblong design. Boys' Overall Pants Dark blue cotton. Size 4 to Mouse Traps 3 for IOC Folded embossed paper napkins. 80 count. Wax Paper Hand Lotion Un Jon, with olive oil to keep hands soft. Johnson Carnu Cleans and polishes and -waxes your car. Candy — Hard For your home. New assortment. Handy-kan packed for Xmas boxes. Diaper Bags Waterproof. Dish Cloth Woven cotton, heavy material. Stove Polish Brush Boys Sweaters Part wool, cotton and rayon With zipper front. Size 34-36. Sanitary Belts Nwo brand. Frying Pan No warp, heavy steel, with wooden handle. Kiddie Hand "Sliunberest". Full size Sunday at the home of Mr. Mc- Mulles's sister Mrs. E. O. Bier- fcaum at Cherokee. Mrs. A. G. Heddle accompanied them and visited her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin, Mrs. Helena Jacobs, Kanawha and Henry Pannkuk who was on furlough from the Great Lakes Naval Station visited the Steward homes Saturday evening. The Youth Fellowship met at the M. O. Richards home Sunday evening. Shirley Lockwood had charge of the devotions and Margaret Officer was lesson leader. Pvt. Frank Richards was at home on furlough. Gerald Riedel, who is a student at Wartburg college, Waverly, spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel. They took him back to Waverly Sunday. Caroline Hasse accompanied them as far as Allison where she teaches. The Bill Garmans entertained the members and husbands of the Bid or Bye Club at a party in honor of Mrs. Carman's birthday Sunday evening. Mrs. Paul Olson and Glenn Hutzel won high score prizes and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Ed Kienitz won low score prizes. Mrs. Charles Spry and Mrs. Clyde Spry arrived Saturday from Anita to be with their husbands, who are working for the Burt Telephone Co. The Charles Sprys who have been married only a few weeks, have rented the former Liberty Coffee Shop and are living in it for the present. j TO . BEFOKi*! MJii, io WA . COMJ«i8»it)N : (JIT 12JBMS O*' ' that said petition asks tnu to construct, opei'ate ai.d COUNTY'. • ...'.'. '. .• v \Notice IB hereby £lv8h that & (>«- tltwn ( toi- ft frftftohiSe ' to er«et, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towerSY cables, conduits arid other fixtures and appliances for 'the purpose of conducting electric* Ity for lighting, flower And heatlfiff purposes lias o6en filed by tho Plkeslde Co-operative Electric Com* party, Algona, Iowa, In the Office nit Uie Iowa state- Commerce C6mml8 i sloh; right . maintain said electric transmission line over, along and adroas the following described public lands', high* ways, streams and private lands, tO'Wlt; • . .. (2400 volts) Beginning at the Southeast:' corner of Section Thirty (80), Township Ninety-six (DO) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 6th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, thence wem on the highway oh the South. lino of said .Section Thirty (30), one-half (H) mites, thence North on the highway on or near the North' ami South center line of said Sectlm, Thirty (30), one-fourth mile; ner . and beginning at the Northeast cor- of the Northwest qiiartur ) of Section Thirty-one (31), said Township and Range, thence Southwesterly on the highway through tho Northwest quarter (NW1V4) of said Section Thirty-om (31), one-fourth (&) mile. The Iowa State Commerce Commission fixed the Sixth (6th) day of November, 1945, at ten (10) o'clock a. tn., In Its office at Des Molnes, Iowa, as Um« a.r.d place for hearing said petition, Docket E-7013. . '.' Any. objections to the granting of such- franchise must be In writing nnd filed In triplicate with this Commission at least five (fi) days before date of hearing. The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the, objector be represented at tho hearing by someone who has Toll authority to act for It. ' IOWA STATE, COMMERCE COMMISSION ' David B. Long, Chairman Carl Vf. Heed. Commissioner B. M. Richardson, Commissioner ATTEST: Geo. L. McCaughan, Secretary. i, Dated at Des Molnes, Iowa, October 2, 1945. « ,- 42-4H i$i.. ,-'fflf germ-. ^iM; ^&jmm-^^7i 3, 6.. LaltS^v SSfii BM^, Rjernon T*p.i Vfltt/OH t',.',',', I', Bemajd Woifi vtiig et jSaf. >/»•-• P.' C3<! «&na6i*Bbui itsfr 6£ Car'.V J. JV, HjBllB,. BWi Of. ear i»:».,«." . repair ,ta • ttqttlfr i ; V t .v. v'; t. > 86,48 t^S need Music Go.j,library Lyons & .Ca'rnaiia'ttVilWft'r'y'' : 2.00 •• fl.?8 ' LUVERNE, ALGONA BOYS JOINED NAVY Two 17 year-old Kossuth boys, joined the U. S. Navy in the past week. •James Edward Curran, son of Joseph Curran of LuVerne, enlisted Oct. 12, through the Mason City sub-station. Raymond Eildert Johnson, son of Carson Johnson, route two Algona, enlisted the same day. Both chose the general branch of service and will have an opportunity to qualify for a service school. A Navy recruiter is in Algona every Friday afternoon at the postoffice. Farmer Had Tough Job But Met It! By A. J. Loveland (War Food Administration) There is no parallel in history for the increase in farm production that has been accomplished during the past four years! Three requirements were laid down for farmers to meet. (1) Food to supply the best fed Army and Navy in the world. (2) Adequate diets for (consumers ,and war workers. (3) Fold to spare for our Allies to keep their fighting strength. All of these goals were met! I: was not an easy job under adverse weather conditions with restricted labor and equipment, but the whole farm famjly worked hard and long in order "to hold their beach head" as securely as did the military forces. Five Battle Stars To Ledyard Soldier Ledyard: Pfc. Everett Johnson returned home last week having received his discharge from the army. He and his family are livr ing till March 1 on the Krammes-? meier farm and then will move south of town to a farm they have rented. Everett was overseas 15 months and saw active duty on the European front. He has been awarded the purple heart, § battle stars, and other decprattPSS. Girl Bail Irvington: Mr. and TrunneUe feeeqmpanied their daughter, Bosalie, of fort Dodge, a week ago Sunday, where she STATEMENT SUMMARY OP 1 PHOCI5I3ni>'OS School District of LuVerne Independent, Township of LuVerne, County of Kossuth, for the quartefr ending Sept. 30, 1945. General l^und Balance from Previous Quarter '.$3287.42 Received During This Quarter $5211.61. Warrants Drawn During This Quarter .; ....$4795.06 Balance at end of this Quarter .$3703.07 School Iloime Vunil Balance from Previous Quarter $1,729.^4 Received During This Quarter $62.50 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter .None Balance at end of This Quarter .$1,792,14 Suminnrlffpd ProcectllnfCN P«*rtnlniiiK <<> Klniincliil ilIalliTN mid Bxpenncs of I'rcvliMi* Qunrter DurlnR this quarter, board purchased and' Installed jiew bang >oards in gym. Also paler for over- iaul of stoker beside regular hills. Gcncrnl Fiinil—DlMlitirMciiii'iitn D. M. Lindebak, Tr' salary...$ 25.00 "lol 1 of Internal Revenue, tax withheld /•... 65,70 Register & Tribune, adv. and subscription 11.19 Iowa Public Service, light and power 16.22 N. W. Bell Telephlne Co., service . ., 12.13 Peerless Oil Co.. bus service 28.36 Town of LuVerne, water. . .. 14.26 4.00 Farmers State Bank, Insur-" ance prem's 203.71) Corner Store. D. S. supplies l.SS Jaclt Sprat Store, IX S. • supplies 13.01 .TSliri W. Tlss, Ihsf new equipment ...- 140.50 AlRona Un,per Des Molnes, pub. budg-et and statements .37.50 Theo. B. Robertson, janitor supplies 20.50 Chapman's Hardware, Janitor supplies 19.»? Western Chemical Co.. .lan- Farmers State Bank, see'ys bond Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson (Washington) The first "break" for Townsend Plan proponents in the" long fight to establish a national savings plan came here with enactment by the seriate of S. 380,. fhe so-called Murray full employment bill: The bill, if enacted as now written, will make it mandatory for the. U. S. government to pay pensions to the aged high enough to enable them to retire from the labor market .thus opening jobs for younger workers. / This is only one bill before congress, the Townsend Plan, that encompasses the objectives demanded by S. 380.—Adv. wwwvvwwvwvvvwvvvv H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every . load Insured against loaa. or i damage. Equipped to do all i kinds of draylng and haul ! Ing- f A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home'brought to every member o| the family^ Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the instaUatipn of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so Easy to install, too. thi ttt F, S, Norton & Son " intiiuriELi > «i • > 11 * t * t * i, • 11« Btofi P. A. Owert*, llbrirj': material .8.00 MoOregof^Maft' _A*'o'y,; ,. ,, •• .... ••uiui-y. material '.,,. .-... .> 44.87 Chandler'*, bOjoks.,.;..... ••••' 10.66 J. B. Llpplncptt, books...,.. 24.60 O. C. Heath, Books ...*,!,., 64.66 Amerlea'n BooH Cb;, books,, 2.87 Qlnn and. Co., books;, -......,, 10.08 South Western Pub Co., ., .. books , .......,.,...., .19.84 Iroquots Pub. Co., books...,., 14.18 LuVerne Ijmp. Co., maintenance .:'.......,.. i-...,,,,., 193,0'4 Pioneer Corn Co., refund for oyerpaynifint 48.00 .T. A.-HWlie, petty cash acet, 8.08 Payroll—« , Teachers, salaHes',., ,. 2746.68 Substitute teachlhg, 1 salaHes £8.40 Bus Drivers, salaries, ..172.13 Fred TIede, janitor ,,, 349.20 B. C. Broadle, sec' y .......... 60.00 Cook'r 10-Piece Orchestra , ,, v ' EVERirONE •ta Shop |or the bargains on this week's special 9c Sale California SunkisL I w 19c .dozen HrvV NEW FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES CABBAGE Large Solid CRANBERRIES^ | POTATOES No . 1EedIri , FANCY ACORN SQUASH ........... ; ; 3, ta We SPECIAL OFFER—To Make New Friends For Jack Sprat ' :' 9 ORANGE PEKOETEA Z IBs. 9C Quart 290 Ib bag 39c Name Address Retailer's Sig; Not Good After Nov. 3, 1945 This Coupon and; 39o entitles the undersigned customer to one y a pound package JACK SPRAT ORANGE PEKOE TEA, providing it Is presented on or before NOV. 3, 1945. TM sells regru- larly for 53c. ."••'' ' ' ., Jack Sprat , 46 oz. can Grapefruit Juice ----29c Clapp's Assorted Baby Foods :.:.-7 for 49c Mayflower • Toilet Tissue 4 r °W* I9c Soft as Silk Cake Flour -i :.-, 29c Hormel's ' • Spic Shortening .......! '-19(1 O'Cedar , * ' Window Cleaner & Spray...-39c Hirh Test •••..' Lewis Lye. ..'...,5 cans 49c Pure Navy Blue • • •• Ammonia..- qt. bottle |9e Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 5 Ib. bag 29c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour 50 Ib. bag S2.49 Mayflower Imitation Vanilla... 8 oz bottle Wheaties............:.:.. 3 for 296 Postum •''-.'•'. • ,£•.' Cereal ....,18- oz pkg |9c Jack Sprat Quick or Resrular * Rolled Oats.... . . ..3 Ib pkg 29c Colonial :''< Salt :.4 for 29fi Great Northern ,".,-.-. Beans..........,—:.........-2 Ibs. |9c Our Favorite ' " '.' Sauce —-..—.——.—...—-|9c Banquet . . • • ' . ( .• " Pumpkin——..No. 2^ can |9e Mayflower - • ' ,' . % , Spinach .......No. 2^ can j9c Mayflower ' ^ Peas.....: 5 No. 2 cans 59c Chocolate Cream Coffee...... :.... .1 Ib bag 29c l&ellogg's Ribbon Form , , Gro'Pup ...'... .,25 oz pkg 29c JACK SPEAT VITAMIN ENRICHED Evaporated Milk, 5 Lt .MEATS" GRADE A VEAL ROUND5TEAK ; , : BEEF LIVER , SWIFTS SUCK ti FRESH FISH .-*",•,? W><ir yKiSAfcsUffi •'•-,',- *•:< ^YI ? ;*;rii^-'S|-;J?::; :*'; l^Sif^i^f^s-S^VviJ^fyiif^n ;«,>£>v& : i aP f ''sjS?j » ! !Ssssisilv^9iiSWs; i is'*Vfifss-i! '-" i-.y,.i^'. -..j--ew'-».." «.-'*"--.4*-r*v*/-&.•*t£-4S^&i^ ;'••--. fy'.-. .J" V--"' :: --%£' : ^^ -v.-.j. . - *.----•- -v - ~> 5, -s r V. •<"•??-*;:• ..-.-^^iX •-"'..'$•-.•• *i\r£S*<?j&" •^S'-'pS.v' '5*

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