The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1945
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flte Algdflft t^ttpfty Cteft Motncs, Algbna, Iowa, Octebe* Jffi>J-IJJL IMKNE SOLDIER MIS EKRERffiSCE A LuVerne sold{er» K1 iV4 Lewis V. Block, now on Okinawa .Mas written his parents, Mr, and Mri" Max Blodk, of the typhoon Which hit the island on Octdber 9th, Contents of. the letter disclosed ..the fallowing: "We received word abottt I:§0 ;p. m. that the typhoon W^'ofi the •way so six of us men Worked for two hours on our tent trying; to ;save it. A.driving wind and rain .storm didn't help any. We put oh rope and wire braces, drove stakes on the ground, and nailed them ttf the frames while big pieces of tin were flying through the air. Squad tents were blown down Into nun* • dreds of pieces, telephone poles were breaking off at the ground, and winds were blowing at such a velocity that the rain actually burned our faces. We were soaked from head to foot. While Iwas standing beside our tent, the wind picked up a big squad tent, frame and all, twisted It and moved it right toward me.'It didn't take me long tb move. The wind moved it about 15 or 20 ft. and landed It < against anbther tent. "G-4 Section had 4 squad tents, : now only two are left standing. Out of 35 tents in the two lines, 'Only li of those are left. The tyfrfiaon 'destro^d afooUt 80% bf alf ttie tent% neSMy all Qubmset Huts, the 'biridett UvlMg i the mess balls,, airplanes, and ship. THert! were' 6 Jap P. W'S, killed that were working around the area.;: "l huddled tip in one corner of the hunt under my raincoat and tried to steep because there wasn't any thing else to d& -water was all over our beds >a we built small es undef Ihem to try and dry e bedding. r -"We have how moved ,to a new area where we have a mess hall that holds 800 men at one sitting. 4 lines are. fed at one time, and there are 8 lines for washing the mess gear." - ' This experience happened to Lewis the day before his birthday, a day long to be remembered. 'xplock has been in the service three years the first bf the year, and he has been overseas on Okinawa since the invasion in April. Phosphate Hock Ceiling Changed All grades of Tennessee phosphate rock Used In manufacture of fertilizer haye, been increased 20 cents a ton due , to increased processing costs, the OPA revealed this week. However the OPA ordered manufacturers of fertilizer to absorb these increased costs •so that the price to the farmer will hot be affected. > '' CURRENT COMMENT '"Put these back in the safe, Bridget. From now on, we'll keep our butter in the kitchen again." In recent years/few things have seemed as precious as butter, so .it's grand to get more of it once .•again. 'Here in America, butter is. :a vital part of our way of life. Not rfor just a favored' few, but every home, country or town, on each side of,the street. Yes, both in flavored nutrition, butter adds so much to every meal. Now that there's more, let your family enjoy it to the full—rich, golden butter. IOWA DAIRY INDUSTRY COMMISSION.•*•*"*" for 2 - 00 - >00 ° Dairy Farrnan of Iowa FOR ROUGH GOING IN MUD AND SNOW MAURICE GRAHAM OF BURT WEDS ARIZONAGIRL j3urt: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark attended the wedding of Mrs, Clark's brother Maurice L. Graham and M. Alice Mehager, Tucson, Ariz., at the home of the Midegroom's mother, Mrs. George Graham, hear Titonka, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The Rev. Patterson, Belmoncl, performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate relatives. They were attended by his brbther and sister, Jay and Louie Graham. ' . Following the ceremony ding dinner was served. The couple went immediately to the Jake tiodden farm south of Burt, which they have rented. The couple met when Mr. Graham was in the service and stationed at Tucson, Ariz. He recently returned from Europe where he served a long time. His bride came here from New York City where she had been working in a beauty shop. .... A shower for the bride is being held at the Mrs. George Graham home Wednesday afternoon of tnjs week. Shower For Bride- Mrs. E. V. Brindley, nee Ruth Olson, was honor guest at a good luck shower given at the A. H. Meinzer home on Friday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Meinzer, Mrs. George Koestler Jr. and Mrs. Myron Meinzer. Mrs. Brindley was married to Capt. Brindley in California last'March. Red Cross Election— The annual meeting and election of officers of the Burt branch of the Red Cross will be held Tuesday, October 30, at 8 p. m. at tho school house. Birthday Club Met— The 'Friendly Birthday club met Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Estel Rentz's in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Rentz and Mrs. Anna Reimers. Mrs. George Koestler, Mrs. Henry Kueck and Mrs. L. H. Riedel served. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spry spent the week end with relatives at Anita. The Birthday Circle meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Art Davis. The G. H. McMullens attended a family reunion at Fort Dodge Sunday. Katherine Martus recently went to Sioux City where she has a position. Larry Manus was sick with an attack of appendicitis last week, but is better again. "Jerome Soderberg and Joseph Presthus gave a skating party at Titonka last Thursday evening. The Leonard Schmidts, > Bode, spent Sunday with Mrs. Schmidt's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Billie Boettcher, Ames student, spent the week .end- with his parents Mr. a^d;'Mrs. W-v; W. Bpett- icher. :. ' • ':':','. /;'•":''••. I :4".'v- • ;> ' .•" Lucile Gifford celebrated her eighth birthday by entertaining a group of friends at a party Monday after school. . , > A son, Verlyn Ray, was born Friday evening, Oct. 19, to Mr. and Mrs. William Larseft at the Kossuth hoSpltnl. , 'Mr. and Mrs. Lednard Ldvitud are parents of a son bbrn Saturday morning, October 20, 8t the Kossuth hospital. Mr. 'and Mrs. Earl Neater, Worthington, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs. Nester's, parents Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ktenitz, Lakota, the Cliff Holdings and Mr. and Mrs; Donald Kienitz Were Sunday dinner guests at the L. R. Daniels home. Mrs. A. G. Heddle left Sunday evening for Chicago where she was called to see a friend Mary Peterson, who is ill in a veterans hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel, Fenton, visited ai> the Mrs. G. H. Wessel home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. B. K. • Bahnson and Mrs. George Koestler also called. Mrs. A. C. Bernhard and the Raymond Westlings spent Sunday evening at the Otto Westlings in Algona. They went down to sur^ prise Mrs. Westling oh her birthday. Mrs. C. C. Smith has, been ill in a hospital at Elddfa the past week. She was in Eldora Visiting a friend when she was taken sick. Mr. Smith went down to see her Sunday. Mr. and "Mrs. C. B. Chlpman spent Sunday at the home of their son Myron at Ames. Mr. and Mr?. Jay D. Graham accompanied them to Webster City where they visited relatives The Walter Campney and Fred Davis families attended the funeral of Mrs. Elnora Thompson, grandmother of Mr. Campney and Mrs. Davis, at Havelock Sunday. Mrs. Campney and Mrs. Davis went over Friday. Pvt. Leo Milton McBride, son of Mrs. Kenneth Cook, recently began training as an aviation engineer of the army air forces at Geiger Field, Spokane, Wash., upon completion of his training he will probably be assigned to an aviation engineer unit. Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, worthy matron of Kossuth Chapter No. 201 O. E. S., Mrs. G. H.-McMullen, Mrs. E. P, Fredrickson and Mrs. Klass, Pruisman, Kanawaha, left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend the Eastern Star Grand Chapter meeting being held there this .week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peterson, Mrs. Adolph Munson and daughter Nellie and Mrs. Frank Nostrum, all of Dayton, spent Sunday at the ReV. A. G. Heddle home. TKey are former neighbors and parishoners of the Heddles. Dr. F. E. Burgess, Algona, Was also an afternoon caller at the Heddle home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark attend- tended a family gathering at the Leo Fox home near Lone Rock Sunday. The gathering was in honor of the birthdays of Richard Fox, who was at home on furlough, and of Lottie Graham, also the twentieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Godden, Algona. Stainless Steel Off Price Control . The OPA this week removed price control on stainless steels and a lengthy list of other industrial materials used in manufacture of food and chemical pro- cessing equipment and slFcfalt manufacture. A number of botanical drugs were also removed frdni control this week. The OPA ah- nounced, however, that if Ihfla- of the teb6rtani items the Industrial Materials price cdntrbl will be mediately. • • • NAVY DAY "There Is glory enough and to s»aH> tat *H «»« services in the World Waf It. But on Navy Day, 1948, and ive hop* on «» an y & Nay y Da *- thereafter, all of us W jju fl 0 we u to pause .for a moment in the day's occupation a.nd devoutly thank God for the United States Navy" —Collier's Magazine. WE EXTEND a cordial invitation to any person in the uniform of the U. S. Navy, who may be home on leave on Navy Day, to be our dinner guest that g evening. The Oaks Fairmont, Minnesota '£& OIUGWAI, NQTICE In tho District Court of Iowa, In and for Kossuth County. HOME OWNERS' LOAN CORPORATION, Plaintiff, vs. DENNIS HEQARTY: JOSEPH HEGARTY and LOIS HEQARTY, husband and wife; PETER HEGAK- TY, single; JULIA SPEAR, single; and to the 'Unknown heirs of Mln* nle Hegarty, Deceased, and to the unknown claimants' of all of Block Seventy-one (71), Calls Addition to Algona, Iowa, et a!., TO THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby notified that tl.e Petition of-tUo above-named plaintlf t In tno above/-entltled. action is -now on file in the Office of the Clerk of the District- Court of Kossuih County. Iowa, and which Petition urays for personal Judgment against the defendants, . Dennis Hegarty. lOmmett Hegarty. Joseph' Heuarty, Agnes Phillips, Roy Phillips. O'dell Eller and John Eller, for the. sum of One Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety-eight and 48/100 Dollars (11,798.48), with Interest at the rate of five per cent. (6%) per annum from and after the 31st' day of August, 1045, and for the, costs of action, including accruing costs and attorney fees for plaintiff's attorneys, and cost of extending tho Abstract. of Title, as morey justly due and owing to plaintiff on a note executed by -Minnie Hegarty aild John Hegarty, now botji deceased, to the plaintiff, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, on the 31st day of January, 1984, and upon an Extension Agreement executed by the defendants. Dennis Heearty, lEmmett Hegarty, Joseph Hegarty, Agnes Phillips, Roy Phillips, O'dell Eller and John Eller, on the 15th day of March, 1940; praying also for the foreclosure of the ^mortgage given to secure the payment of said note and Interest, by 9aid Minr.te Hegarty and John Keg' arty, her husband, now both deceased, to the plaintiff covering the following-described, real estate, situated In the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt; ' All of Block SeVenty-one (71), Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa, together with. 'all improvements thereon, heating, pluro,b|ng and lighting ' .fixtures • and equipment then op thereafter attached to or used In connection, with said premises' ''.'.•-:> i i ' . • Plalntl« further asks that, said judgment, together With -Costa, ao, prulnK costs and attorneys fees for Plaintiff's fittprneys. and Interest b.e established and decreed as a Hen the ftbQverdecrlbed mprtj from the date of fi',w$S ; . Jan M a!ry 8 *' f lir'ther prftyg that Vj>fttT evep I right, tttle.r JnterejBl ' pr Clajni ' t COUNCIL OAK COUNCIL Oft* COUNCIL OAK Have Several Bottles an Ice OCT. 26 & 27 (g&JNCIL OAK HALLOWE'EN PARTY TREATS ^ CHURCH'S NATURALLY SWEET GRAPE JUICE Pint Bottle t7e BUTTER ALGONA i CREAMERY Ib 43c PEANUTS, 25c PEANUTS Spanish Salted, Lb. Bag 27c FINEST GROWN ... GENUINE JERSEY SWEET POTATOES Smooth, well-shaped Yellow Jersey Potatoes. Delicious .candied, baked or fried. ' 4 POUNDS LEAMON'S ENJOY THEM NOW! No fancy wrapping or trimmings; just real good fruit cake, heavily filled with fruits and nuts, expertly baked and aged to a smooth, mellow perfection. Polks who recognize quality Fruit Cake will want to buy several of these at this EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICE. , • DELICIOUS DESSERT AT ALL TIMES. SERVE IT OFTEN. • FOR HOMECOMING PARTIES FOR SERVICE FOLKS. • A WELCOME GIFT FOR FOLKS STILL OVERSEAS. 8 to 12 Generous Servings FULL POUND WEIGHT • •• • - - Q r- § CRANBERRIES EATMOR BRAND I D PLUMP BED BERRIES LDi .Ib, 4c .Ib. 5c INDIVIBUAL ACORN SQUASH ... WASHED AND WAXED RUTABAGAS WAXED PARSNIPS ...Ib, 8c FANCY OEADE, ASSOBTED SliZES VALENCIA ORANGES . .Ib. lie CABBAGE ..Ib, Special low Price on 80-lb. Bogs When Spirits Are Gay! TREAT YOUR GUESTS T0 EXCITING SANDWICHES Tour favorite sandwich fillings are mouth-wat- ' erlng combinations, made better when they are between slices of onr wholesome nutritions variety breads. NANCY ANN NANCY ANN "Enriched" White Light Rye ' BREAB BREAD 24-Oz, Loaf . Me 16-Oz. Loaf .. lOc LIGHTLY SALTE Cafe Crackers BIG 2 LB BOX .. 27 MORNING LIGHT Peanut Butter , Jar 81 APPLES , i ^ . tttenfmay have s)»a,|f be declare^ jnjterlpjr 'tft JJ.e FOR HALLOWE'EN •v., I Although apples ate bard to get this season, Council Oak has plenty of crisp, juicy Jonathan and Delicious varieties at exceptionally low prices, ' I The Thirsty Flour White Loaf 50-Pound Towel Bag $2.09 .OBAHANTEED _ First Prize Flour £ Lb. GRADE "A" LEG 0" MUTTON Whole or Half POUND ..I9e Pancake ana WAFFLE MIX, family bag. Finer DiuDd A Aw • TAC-CUT COFFEE, Ib, jar ,. 300 HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP •:ljtj&22c HEINZ CHIP SAUCE A4w 240 ICew ProoeBi , A4 -i «$ BEES" Honey-Creme, I b, cup 310 Quick and Eegular i OJ-i SUPERB OATS, 9 lb«|ikg, Z40 ' l%jiw 240 19C 120i LUil STEALS 32c .33c SIRLOIN, Ib. 42c to BOUND, Ib., 39<rto,,., SHORT CUTS, Ib. 400 to ,, «A» CHADE A"1 l^i LOIN CHOPS, Ib. ...270 «A" OHADE 4fj RIB CHOPS, Ib. 170 «A» GRADE 4 I" . SHOULDER CHOPS, Ib 150 «A» OHADB . * gl. SHOULDER ROAST, Ib 150 "A" GRADE *fj MUTTON STEW, Ib. 70 SAUERKRAUT, in bulk LB. MINCEMEAT, in bulk..... .LB. DILL PICKLES .........4 for !0c PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF. LB, OLD FASHIONED LOAF. , LB, COTTO SALAMI .........LB, 39c RING LIVER SAUSAGE .. LB, 28c SEASONING, 1 0-oz.pkg,,... MEALY BEANS, 2 Ib, bag 19C BiEFTQBOIL Tender IB • Economical !«•*» and '»' . M RICE, |b, bag , er J)»olio 8W* COUQH DROPS, pkg, ,,...,-. STANDING BIB ROASTS ^ f| Li,;iift:i»;,,;.^2SR 11 ^i pi %P$ ipr rf ...... fW?-€psS|L r , Ital!

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