The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1945 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1945
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•THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 194$ .THE ALOONA UPPER DKS MOtNES. c> |( *» OF PROCEEOTNG8 ! School DlsWlct of Algonfi Intie" * pettdent, Township of Algofla, - County of Kossuth;,.for- the tor ending Sept. 30, 1945. ' General Fund Bfllarjce ffbrriPrevious Quarter Received During This ' Quarter 2,084.95 " Warrants Drawn During This Quarter Balance at end of This .' Quarter $39',83tM Sehimi Hduse JPtitid'' Balance from Previous Quarter ,: $2t,l98'.74 Balance at end of This Quarter $2'r,l96.'?4 List of VVdri'ants of Previous Quarter General Fund—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co........ $ 41.78 Algona Flour & Feed 05.07 Algona Hardware 90.78 Algona Iji's, Agency ............ 6.00 Algon'a Laundry 3.00, Algona Machine Shop 3.60 Algona Upper Des Moiries' 73=99 Americana Corp. 0.00 James Bahr .'.... 70,27 Blossom Ins. Agency 113.00 " Btftsfdrd 'Lbr. Co....... 80.59, Carl BroWh .: .„..., 30(00; Campanile Garments 1.8-1' Frank;- Caughey 4.92 Chicago Pump Co. 1.85' City of Algona 192.37' H. Coleman O.Off Collector Internal Revenue 2953.17 Conoco Service 4.80 Cowan Bldg, Supply 105.90: Bert Cronan ,7,72* Dutch's Super Service...... 3.92' Foster's Furniture 17.52' Funk & Deim , 152,40; Bobby-Griggs ..:....:........ 9.50; Myrl Griggs 187.15; C. A. Heard 1.26: Gerte .Hertz 20.50 Holcomb Mfg. Co 03.87 M. J. Holdren 2:50'' Hunlington Laboratories .. 317i40 la Band Instrument service '. Iowa State Bank' Inlernat'l Business Mach... P. R. Irons' 419.91 Johnson Service '•> 13.39; K and 'S Hone Co * 0.39: Dick Keith. 11.00- Klipto Loose Leaf Co 13.43 Kohlhaas Hardware 8;83 Betly Jane LaBarre 12.70i Alonzo Leach ...' 6.26 Mahaffey Typewriter Co. 112.50. Maplewodd Bindery 5.10: George MeMahon 14-.00 Metropolitan 'Supply 238.61 Midland Laboratories 1 49';10 Donald B. Miller ...:...;. 8.00 Mrs. H. W. Miller 44.10 Modern Dry Cleaners 2.92 N. W. Bell Telephone 81(35 Norton Machine Works .... 4.75' F. S. Norton & Son:..*. 209.04 ,,A. J. .Nystrom ;... 31.11 Leonard'Pesicka-........;....... ' 2.50 Petty Cash 54.09 H. W. Post Dray & Transfer 39.55 •Pratt Electric '. 73.82 Esther -Quinby ..'...... / 9.50 1.00' 6.00' 25.36. Scientific Slogreh' 'Grocery • :.!:.:;„..... "'"'• 11.35^ Sloan Valve Co 18.32; State Tax Commission .... 4.80 Rob't B. Steven ..: 151.25 Glen Straycr .....: 1.00 Mrs. Anna Button ..-. 13.25 Thorpe Wood & Iron Works 5.35 Craig Vinson 68,80'' Webster City Roofing Co. 295.95 Webster Pub. Co 25.40 Claud While '. '. 97.26 Thul'spsni tttS 'fyeeKfe*rtd in Clarion' With the former's mother, Mrs. J, C. Thul. Mr, 8J*atM*s/ Ge6*gfr- Btuell- Wati of ''Ottosefi SpemV Friday at thfr'latler's parents, Mr/ and Mrs. Johri "GerberY Mr. arid Mrs, John Gerber attended 1 'the funerdl of their friend August Fisher at West Mbnday, tti&fttth Haubietg leH'Wedrtes. _.jy.i lor-St. Louis on business. fie Wilivfye gone until the latter p'a'H'ofHhe week. Mrs. Murray Greonbaum has returned fram • New York. City wher^ she ; vlsited''her husband's parents 'and- Other relatives a fprthilh;t/ Lloyd and Merle PraM ! returned Sunday evening from a trip to South Dakota where they visited relatives'artd''did some hunt; Mi?.' and Mrs. L. B. Williamson and son Roger-of Sheffield were Suhda-y- jgusats 1 ! of *M*. ^and • Mrs. A, L. Fisher. Mrs. Fisher is their niece. ' Mr. adn Mr*. Dwight Hard- 'grove and children Ralph Dwight .and Billie moved to Fort- Doclfee last w£e1f''whfere'' they will make their'hqme. Harrtit' Schoby spent the 'weekend'visiting' here; with her parents,.Mr.' and Mrs; Hubert Schoby. Harriet came to atlend homecoming. ; . Jane Creizmeyer will leave this everiifig" - for' Colorado Springsr Colo., -for a visit with a friend'. Her parents are taking her to Des Moines. ' Mrs. Louis Hagg who has -been a patient at the Kossuth hospital the past month returned to her home the finSt qf'the week' and is getting along'nicely: , Darlene, eleven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Glaser, is ill with a bad cold and a congested-lung; The little-'girl has been ill several days. Mr.-and" Mrs: ;Lynn'Taylor, Mr. 'and Mrs. William Taylor and Mrs. May Hanegan went to Blue Earth -Tuesday to attend -the-'funeral of Mrs. Jay Taylor. / Mr. and Mrs. C. Ward Macy of Cedar Rapids'spent the weekend' 4 the latter's mother, Mrs.-David:King 1 :'Who makes her home);wit)i. Ida-Peterson;-.». ; ' Mls* ;i -yi61t(i*Sanson of,Chester; Mpntana.y formerly of Algona, speh.frvthfe/past week visiting at the' 1 home' of.'-Mr. and Mrs.' Mel- vhV'W.alker at Lotts-Creek. Mirii W. C. Irehurwehi tq Mason !City, Thtjrsday, to visif Mrs. B.;L. Main. 1 Mr. ; Irelan wrll'fbe in ""asbri ; ''Ciiy ii\so and thW* will Total ..;...:.... $ 6,899.30 Salaries ..:. 13,056.36 $20;555.72 AFFIDAVIT OF SECRETARY I. Leora K. St. John, Secretary of the above named'School'Dis- trict, do hereby certify that this report, pages one and twb'is'a true? and. correct statement of the-proceedings pertainnig to financial matters of the Board of said District of the quarter- ending Sept. 30, 1945. LEORA^K; ST. JOHN, Secretary, Subscribed and" sworn to' before me this 17th day-of October, A. D. 1945. (SEAL) E. A; SCHEMEL. Notary. OFFICIAL NOTICE. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk- in the Cjty Hall, Algona,; Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock P.' M'., Noventber . 1st, 1945, for the 'purchase of ? bonds of said City hereinafter g described, af which time they 5 will be presented to th : e City L Council of said City at its meet. ing to be then held in the Couns oil Chamber of the City Hall irf - said City, and, after the- receipt 1 : ' of open bids, the bonds will be- ,'f f sold to the highest • bidder for," cash: ? $22,500.00 Street Bonds, dat- ? - ed November 1, -1945; ti6nom- ;... inations $1,000.00- and $500.00 ' ^-- bearing- interest' paystjle • semirannually, and maturing- serially on Npvember. 1 of fi ", each, P* tKe years JW tp - - . J955 a« fpjlows; ,, Year AmPunt Year Amputrt \l" J948IIII 2',QOft ' , 188; & W9,,._ 2,000, nn= -'' J950—„ 3,QQ9' '- Bidders-sbPiil) witt. Visif . 'ffrortV .her 'late ^Husband's brother Henry, and Fred Doss pf ; Chicagp^Whb came-last Saturdays and 'remairie'd',several 'days. - Raymond Bilsborough is home on a ten-day furlough which he spending with,his parents Mr. and .Mrs. Floyd Bilsboroughv He .Will receive h}s discharge soon. • Mr, and Mrs.-'Peter Bormarm spent .Monday in St. Joe at the home, of their son, Henry, and also' visited' 1 with their grandson Robert, who is home on furlough. Manuet'.Gertor and-Ralph Ger- toer,. •; brioth^rs : of Mrs t Harr^ Helmice;;iwere recently discharge ,ed froriiJthe'arrhy and have been Visiting here. The young'men live :at West Bend. Mrs. Edward Hagg.- entertained the -' members of her birthday : ilU:b=jViday a'fterrioorL Mrs. Elsie Cady wfls honoree. Mrs, Don Miljer' a'nd'^Irs.'-Francis Livingston r'pf • Qmaha w^ere guests. , MrV-and'Mi8. Rdy, Hutiell and sorts : Frea" and' Floyd went' to PerrS^. ;§uftdayi' i: w^ ere - * ney a ^" '.tende^' a birithday{celebration for the forrriw'i mother, Mrs. E. S. Hutzell,.' wKp:' was' seventy years old. •', ; v : :,-.. •,•,.;' , Rex yb^fifSi'-'P.'-Ors-c., is expected today for "a-visit Wrth his iparents| -,Mr,.; and Mrs. Glenn •Crilly. ^Ii, ha§ -been two years since .he ,Syas home. Recently he has been) stationed on the 1 Marianas, ' r Mr. and Mrs. William' Barry :Jr;"! 1 apchMri 'and j Mrs; Al Lichter 'went tP , Estherville Sunday, jwhere the^'-'hatl-dirtner- with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hood, Mr.' Hood is a-;brdther of Mrs. Barry and of Mrs. Lichter! Malcolm Lund came' up from Cedar'Falls'and spent the weekend with his parents, Mr; and Mrs, Henry- Lund. Malcolm is taking a course * at the State Teachers College and plans to become'a teacher. , Mr. anaiMrt, Allen Buchanan ariaflHtte'spn-plen drove ta'At- }antJc» Saturday-'where Mrs; flu* ghanan will remain with, her warents^Mr- wd Mrs. Carl Wiuff for-a fpr,tni8hfs visit, Allen, res turned-tg-,Algona Sunday. JM HMiflTwas in, Det Mbijws last' week.w $ fire-view of the new 1 194:r^h.ewPlet. Re rep,orfs ilve'.meta} trim, . the'' cpunty showing. 'jurcta 91^^ l^lf'B* it! to'» Des .,... M«r,; and 2r^* ceived his honorable discharge from the navy. Lt. Commandef John Keneflclt who has been located off the. coast of San Francisco has been transferred to-San Diego. He has! ibcen given sea duty and will be on u troop transport traveling 'between the Slates and the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Baric-n are leaving Friday for Nauvoo, 111., where they will attend the gold- j en wedding anniversary of Mrs; Bnrton's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gnann. Mr. arid Mrs. Gnann are prominent farmers of that community. Mrs. Edward Hammond and little son of Bancroft visited at the home of her sister Mrs. Ver non Casler and family Friday. On Saturday she went to Des Moines to see her husband Pvt. Edward Hammond, who is in the veterans hospital. Pfc. Howard Sarchet loft'' re cently for. Jefferson' Barracks, Mo., and then on to Camp Hood, Texas, after spending a 45-day furlough- here with his wife, the former .Clarie Harlan, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, north of Algona. Mrs. L.. W. Gillespie and daughter Marlene Went to Burt, Saturday, where they spent the day with the former's sisterj Mrs. George BOnnett. This week Saturday Mrs. Gillespie and Marlene and Mrs. Bennett plan; to visit their sister, Mrs. Philip Puffer at Corwith. Mr.' and Mis. F. M. Sterling drove to Ames Sunday, for a.vis- it with- their daughter Joyce who is a freshman at Ihe Iowa State college. They were accompanied by Dorothy Young, and Mrs. David King who visited her daughter Virginia who is also a freshman at the college. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baritetl of Ames are planning to move to Algona as'soon as the house now occupied by the .C. H. Beardsley family is available. Mr. Bartlett has : been teaching biology, in the high school. Mrs. Bartlett is the former Mary Elizabeth: Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. J. L. Downey, salesman for the Gamble-Robinson fruit' company, was taken ill in Mason City and an attendant at the Y. M. C. A. where Mr. Downey stays when in Mason City notified Mrs. Downey of his illness. On Saturday Mrs. Downey and her brother-in-law, Chauhcey Lund, brought him to Algona where he is a patient at the Kossuth'-hospital. .He d4velapedmphQuiponiai but is getting aTdng'p wW' af can be expected.-' .' •'!',....-' A 1 few years- ago • when Phillie Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and MrSi Philip KohlhaaS fell from his bicycle and was unconscious, his dog- "Penney" wouldn't allow even the doctor to approach the boy until certain no harm' was being,done to him. The papers carried the story and Phillie has remembered this. Now 1 "' that "Penney," at the ripe old; age of six; has gone to "dog heaven" Phillie believes his pet should be honored with a mention; of his death in the" newspaper;' This item may lessens a little tooy's grief'for. a beloved pet. Mr;' and Mrs. Dick Post and son Bobbie, and Mr. and Mrs. Regis Campbell of Detroit, arrived Friday for a visit at, the Hugh Post home. Mr. Campbell and : Dick have both been discharged" from service recently,- Mr. and' Mrs; Campbell are" en r9Ute to; Vermillion, S. D., for a week's;-visit with the latter's-parents, and- at the end of the week Mr, and Mrs, Post' will'join' them in''Man- ila, where they will visit >at f the home of 'Mrs. Post's mother; .Mrs. Joe White. Mrs. Post and; Mrs, Campbell have 'been closely- associated' the past' ten years; and during their husbands' absences I have had an apartment in Detroit. James fftsef, son 6f M*. and ' Mrs: Clarence Fraser and Rich-j Hfd Mathes, son Of Mr. and Mrs., Lyle Mathes, spent the weekend in De'S' Moines. MWi Dota Borinett and sosi« Ernest' and Wesley of Amboy ( Minn., spent Friday with the i farmer's sister, Mrs. Henry | A'mani and attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs. Mike Miller. ' Mfii W. J. Fuller returned ' Sunday from Rochester where she spent nearly a week with her I brother Henry Scibel of Spencer, who was a patient at the hospital having undergone an appendee* tomy. ; Nels Jensen who makes his home With his son, Duanc, has .been in poor health the past few years and suffered a stroke two j Saturday.' • Mts. John Beslenlehher re cently received a letter from her; husband who left for service; Augur,!, seventh, that he has been sent to Aberdeen, Maryland, and has been placed in the personnel department. Mrs. Edna Harr returned Sat- iirday from a two weeks visit with her dnughter Mrs. Ann 'Behrens nt DSyton, Ohio, and en- route home she visited an old friend, Mrs.- Jean Corzelte, at Sterling, 111, • Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle were called lo Tilonka tho first of the week by the illness of Mrs. An- tfe's hrotlior, George Higgins, w . h '> llf ' s ^' c » J» with heart Irou- ble f ? r f m ° "?' • • ? i remained to assist in caring for W.' J. Fuller went to Ames Saturday to attend Homecoming day. His son Bill is a student at the college, this toeing his second year. Mr. Fuller returned home Sunday. Mrs. Jess Lashbrook and Mrs. Fred Jennings went to Titonka Wednesday aflcrnoon, to attend a post-nuptial shower at the home of Mrs. Cory Graham for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Forris Graham. Major and Mrs. Hobt. Harrington and Mr. and Mrs!.R. B. Waller drove to the Twin Cities last Friday and attended the;Minnesota-North western football game, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl of Tucson, An 1 *.,-left the first of the | week lifter visiting at the home (of the former's parents, Mr. and i i Mrs. George Kohl and with his I ' sister Mrs. R. J. Harrington and brother Ira Kohl. He has recently been discharged from service, k Mnrlene.Gillespie, daughter of JMr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, was 13 Oct. 13, and in honor of the occasion entertained nine girls at | lunch which, her mother served j | and this vyas followed by a theater party. The Wi S. C. S. of the Methodist church is having a worship j>fogram in_ conjunction with the wock bflSrayor and self-denial which wi'tt -be held in the church: dining roorh Friday afternqon, October 26 at 2:30 ' o'clock. A member may invite a guest. A social hour and refreshments will follow the meeting. MM. C. U, Pollard, Mrs. Paul Lindholm and Mrs. Harold Clayton were hostesses Thursday afternoon (today) to several ladies and a farewell party for Mrs. Nyle Latch who is moving to Windom, Minn., the first of November; She was presented with a gift. Miss Mary Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Ml-s. Homer Anderson, spent the weekend here with her parents. She is attending, school at Cedar Falls. She ex- ; peels lo lake her examination ' this week and will plan to teach ; at the beginning of the second I semester. I Mr. and Mrs. Arden Orion are ' parents of a ten and a half, pound son <born Saturday at the '„ Kossuth hospital. This makes. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton grand-, parents for a second time, the first being a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orton in England about a year ago. | Sister Mary Andrew and Sis- j ter Mary Ita, of Mason City visit-, ed at the Andrew Holt/bauers last week. Sister Mary Andrew F! came to see her father Andrew, Holtzbauer who was injured in. an aulo accident a few weeks' ago. He is getting along nicely; and will toe able to return to work at the Swift locker next! week. PAGE FIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Fancy Wrapped Boxes and Bushels Your Choice Jonathans Mclntosh Delicious Wihesaps Ben Davis Grimes Golden White's Market Across from Swift's Flour Potatoes Algona Phone 631 . Hem* Comfort »h«tl«i(| • Heuiclim* with «i EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOi Phen«m (odiy CowanBldgSupplyCo. 87ir , IOWA Red Cross , OFFICE HOURS; 9-12,- hf v We've Spooked Prices For This Event LEMONS 6 ta 29c: Fresh TOMATOES 6 for GRAPEFRUIT 39e CABBAGE lb. Folgers 1 lb. jars fOFFFF Dripor \j UT F li Li Regular 29c Skippy Peanut BUTTER 33c Carnation MILK 3 29C CRANBERRIES 29c Tokay GRAPES 2l b , 25fi Sweet POTATOES L25fi U. S. No. 1 Red River Cobbler POTATOES S2.49 100 lb. bag WINSAPS DELICIOUS JOMTHANS ORANGE JUICE TOMATO JUICE : WECft GRAPE JUICE $5.49 $4.98 '$5.49 Betty Crocket SOUP MIX 3 tor 25c COOKIES lb .29c CRACKERS 2 lb , 330 CMM£Q GOODS BREAD 3 loaves Hot Cereals COCO WHEATS 19c CREAM OF WHEAT 22(5 DWARFIES 21C GEORGIEPORGIE 21C MALTO-MEAL 21C Lay Up Winter Supply PlJAC'No. 3 Sieve r£tHi> case 24 C*eam'Style CORN $lf CHEN PRIDE Si .98 l^OBIN HOOD $1.98 GOLD MEDAL S2.I9 4 «*1 53c 4 6«i25c quw ,49c r/r We Have Plenty Com. SIRLOIN STEAK^ lb .28c BEEF ROAST:;:; : Jb ,25^ HAMBURGER -V WIENERS ' RING BOLOGNA-i tt . Pl^ce IFour Hallowe'en Made Fresh Hourly g DQNUTS AND rr r///

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