The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 3
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flfe^.^^ Chnitmas Assorted £0 les In Box Box of 25 Unprinted $1,00 Printed, one line, $2.25 No guarantee on printing ordered after December 1 Algona Upper Des Moines ''*< <! r <! -<!. '^..j'i' j. V t~... .);'..' H-M 238 power lift cultivator. Four can elec"- tric milk cooler. McCormick i Deering electric cream separator. Fertilizer attachments for H-M 110 corn planter. Tractor hitches for horse drawn McCormick Deering planters. No. 4 tractor corn stalk cutter. Tractor wheel weights. 1 set of tractor lights for F-20 tractor. Power lift and power takeoffs for H and M tractors. Air compressors. Flare type wagon boxes. Hydraulic power fork with pump to fit F-20 Farmall. Oil burning tank heaters. Adjustable 'front wheels for H and M tractor magnetos. Grease guns. • Hammermill ' belts and splicing. FIRESTONE TIRES PONTIAC PARTS AND SERVICE Used Machines F-20 tractor, rubber front, steel re^r, with new 238-G cultivator. l%-2% L. A. McCormick Deering gas engine. McCormick Deering cream separ- ator. ' '-.-'.'I .... ' ;..,'. , . •-.. • '_ .-.. ' Algona Implement Go. ..^M^^aJaft^^^^^^^-a''^^ McCormick Deering Sales and Service ~ Phone 52 , State and Jones . Sorensen Specials . Texas Grapefruit, large size..._;.{j for 27c Jonathan Apples...... ________ ... .^ Jbs. 27c Fresh Frozen Bing Cherries ..... ..... Ib. 35c Minute Tapiocax... ——..'— ........... pkg. (3c Apple Butter............. ..... ........qt. jar 25c White Salted Crackers.. .. 2 Ib. box 32c Fruit Cake in fancy tin.,.. ....... .2 Ibl $ J.79 Lemon Square Cookies ...... ........l.lb. 20c Tomato Juice.. ,..„.. ^1....... 46 oz. can,23c Betty Crocker Pea Soup—..... . Cobbler Potatoes „.., 100 Ib. bag S2.25 Red Warba Potatoes.,, 100 Ib. bag S2.65 Russets ................. .100 Ib. bag $2.90 Fresh Cauliflower, Carrots, Celery, Beets, Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Green Onions, Green Peppers, Radishes, Sweet Potatoes, Yams, Squash, Rutabagas, Onions, Apples, Pears, Oranges, Grapefruit, Grapes, ;. . _jSpi$ |p^ii^|^'||iG^i^i^|^ ^Fr^Ji^^l^iif^Sf SENECA CM HOST Seneca: LaVonne Thompson entertained about f<5rty friends at a Malloweeh party at her home last Wednesday evening. Bunco was played at Which Harriett Olsen received the highest score. < The Rev, and Mrs. Harry C. Molstre and sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Johahriesen find family, and the Lawrence Johanhesens were Sunday, Oct. 28 4 dinner guests at the Ole Johafihesen home. Wllberg Dinner Guests-Monday evening. Oct. 29,' dinner guests <at the Martin Wilberg home were Mr. iand Mrs. H. N. Wilberg and Richards of Ringsted, Mrs. Marty iPetersen and Lt and Mrs. Norman Wilberg. At Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones •and - family attended the golden wedding celebration of the Rev. and Mrs, Harper of Ringsted on Suhday at the Presbyterian church at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn entertained the Henry Loofts at dinner Sunday evening. Virginia Behrends was hostess to a group of friends at her home Halloween evening.^ ' Mr. and -Mrs. Jim Aagard of New Hartford, Iowa, were Sunday callers at the Oscar Patterson •home. The Seneca 'Progressive Farmers' 4H club held its . October meeting last Thursday evening at the home of Errol and Perry Pet- erSen. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson entertained relatives Sunday •afternoon honoring Alvin Olsen, who arrived home Friday with an army discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg and family and the Henry Loofts were Sunday dinner guests at the John Johannesen home. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Joahnnesen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Thompson drove ,to Story City over the week end where they visited relatives. They were enroute to the veterans hospital" at Des Moines to visit "Dutch" Rielfena, Mrs. Thompson's brother-in-law. While >at Story City they learned that he had been moved to another out of! the state hospital. Mrs. Helen Gilchrist was the honored guest at a kitchen shower held at the home of her aunt Mrs. Martin Hinricksen, near Ringstedi Oct. 28. Mrs. Adolph Anderson of Armstrong was the assistant hostess. Guests included relatives and friends from the Seneca and Ringsted vicinity. Mrs. Gilchrist is expecting her husband, Wm. Gilchrist, Chief Phm. of -the navy, to arrive h°rn e with an honorable discharge early this week. He has been,in the Philippines and left there Oct. 19. SHOWER, ST. JOE, •FUTURE BRIDE 'St. Joe: A large crowd attended the pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's 'hall honoring Beatrice Michaelson. Miss Michaelson received many gifts. Bingo was played, after which refreshments were served. Miss Michaelson will be married to John Gels- checker, Nov. '13th at St. Joseph's church. Marriage Banns— Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday for Clarence Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Mike Bormann, and Caroline-, Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch of Whittemore. , John Bormann attendted the Jackson Day dinner in Des Moines Saturday., Mrs. John Berte was taken back Wednesday to the Fort Dodge hospital for'medical care, S-Sgt. Clarence Smith arrived Wednesday from Camp Grant, 111., discharged, from the army.' v Pvt. Robert Cunningham arrived Thursday from Fort Riley, Kansas, discharged from the army. 'Pvt; John Capesius spent Sunday with, is parents Mr; and Mrs. Julius Capesius. ,He is stationed at'Oamp Grant,'111, ' Sexton Folks Are Guests In Algona Home On Birthdays Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and family, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. Orusie Noble were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona. Other guests were Mr. anc, Mrs. 'Herman wise, Charlotte, Gloria and Ruth, Renwjck; Mr. and Mrs. Garnet piekard, Wfoitte- more, and Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins, Algona. The occasion' was, to celebrate the birthdays Pf Mr, PMJHpjjj and ; Mr. Q vyWch : ff Us toy* |hj jame jjay, Kossuth $hy\n War Chest Drive by $2)973 Total With five township and one .town report incomplete, Kossuth county's total subscription in the War Chest Drive has failed thus far by $2,97i).29 to meet the quota set for this county. these following figures were as of Saturday morning, Nov. 3, and reports may have come in from the incomplete sections in the mean- tijnej Where there are asterisks (*) after area names, it indicates the reports are incomplete. ^ Receipts Townships „ Chairmen Quota & Credits Buffalo—Mrs. Miller Nelson, Tttonka $ 515.00 $ 515.00 Burt—George W. Bleich, Hurt.;.... 540.00 553.11 Cresco—Harold Clayton, Algona..... 525.00 560.12 Eagle—'Harry Llnde, Swea City 330.00 Fenton*—P. M. Christensen, Lone Rock 530.00 Gat-field—Ernest Schmidt, Ottosen 500,00 German—Mrs. Henry Plaisier, Titonka 510.00 Gran**—Wallace Reynolds, Swea City 340.00 Greenwood^—George Nyman, Bancroft 460.00 Harrison—Selmer Uhr, Swea City 460.00 Hebron—Tom Berg, Elmore, Minn 390.00 Itvington-t-John Weber, Irvington 480.00 Ledyard—Mrs. Chas, Gutknecht, Lakota 470.00 Lincoln-—Henry Patterson,- Buffalo Center 520.00 Lotts Creek—Martin Meyer, Fenton 510.00 LuVerne— Mrs. George Wolf, LuVerne 510.00 Plum Creek—Walter Carripney, Burt 450.00 Portland—Franz Teeter, Burt i 450.00 Prairie*—'Harvey Johnson, St. Benedict 500.00 Ramsey*^—John Griese, Lakota 450.00 Riverdale—Chas. Plathe, Bode 540.00 Seneca—'Henry Looft, Fenton 540.00 Sherman—Herman Plathe, Irvington 460.00 Springfield—L. H. JunkermeierV Elmore, Minn. 370.00 Swea—Art E. Anderson, Swea City. 510.00 Union—Mrs. Wm. 'Dodds, Jr., Algona 490.00 Wesley—Theron Hanson, Wesley ..: 530.00 Whittemore*—Chas. Borman, West Bend 530.00 Towns Algona—L. S. Bohannon 4,500.00 Bancroft*—H. V. Clark ". 740.00 Eurt—Mrs. W. B. Officer 470.00 Fenton—Mrs. Fred Newel 320.00 Lakota—Walter J. Leslie .'.... 350.00 Ledyard—Mrs. George Thompson 240.00 Lone Rock—Mrs. J. T. Quinn 140.00 LuVerne-^-Hugh Shirk 375.00 St. Benedict—Mrs. Fred 'Ericksdn 50.00 St. Joseph—William Hammer 50.00 Swea City—Ray D. Smith 575.00 Titonka—Mrs. Will Ward '450.00 Wesley—Julius P. Studer 370.00 Whittemore—Peter Schumacher 460.00 Credited to County 398.28 16.18 500.02 510.01 28.75 460.00 486.50 395.85 515.32 311.50 456.74 310.50 522.50 452.65 399.83 52.71 608.09 540.00 605.84 370.60 510.00 490.00 530.00 .29 4,500.00 470.00 328.00 350.00 244.08 172.75 375.00 50.00 50.00 575.00 460.94 370.00 460.00 21.00 r -; VT •• $22,500.00 $19,526.71 Of the above townships and towns, 19 of the townships excedeed their quotas, and of the 13 towns, all met their quotas. Figures were compiled by War Ohest Fund headquarters Burial at Whittemore for Ed Behnke, Buttermaker Whittemore: Funeral services were 'held Wednesday 'morning, Oct. 31, for Edwin Behnke, 45, a Whittemore man, in St. Peter's Lutheran church -at Westgate, la. Edwin Henry Behnke was born April 12, 1900 at Whittemore. His parents were Albert and Bertha Behnke. For the past 19 years he has followed the buttermakers profession in creameries at Whittemore, Emmetsburg, Bennett, and for the past seven and one-half years at Westgate. On August 2, 1917 he Was united in marriage .to Anna Vaudt, at Whittemore, the Rev. William Faulstick officiating. This union was blessed with two. children. JDn the evening of Oct. 19, while working in 'his creamery he became violently ill,and*was rushed to a-hospltal-'at pelV^ein":- An errier-" 1 gency : :'-operatiorr was 'performed but his condition was beyond a cure. He died Sunday, Oct. 28. He leaves his devoted wife, a daughter Elaine, and son Edwin Jr.; his mother 'Mrs. Bertha Behnke of* Whittemore; • four brothers, 'F.red Behnke, Excelsior Springs, Mo., Henry Behnke, Whittemore, Frank Behnke, Latimer, Elmer Behnke', Bay City, Mich.; three sisters, Mr.s. Annette Blinkman, Tracy, Minn., Mrs. Elsie Kase, Cincinatti, Ohio, and Mrs. Edna Meyer, Whittemore. Interment 1 was in the Lutheran cemetery southeast of town. Pallbearers at tihe'cemetery were Prof. H. W. Behnke, R. A. Behnke, Herbert Potratz, Herman Vaudt, Arnold Gade and Edward Maahs. Home From the Wars—Martin Wagner Is spending ,his leave here with • his brother -Arnold Wagner, and sister Mrs. Joe Esser. Martin has served in the navy the past nine years and reenlisted just recently. Bernard Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs, Otto Bell arrived home Sunday from the European war with an honorable discharge, and Elmer Greinert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greinert, arrived home from the south Pacific with an honorable discharge Monday. Lethisa Keene and Mary Rich are visiting with friends in Des Moines and Ames this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs and Evelyn Voigt were Fort Dodge shoppers last week Thursday. Miss Dorothy Braatz, Westgate, was a dinner guest at the Edward Maahs home Thursday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz were Thursday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strueck- Burke, and also took in SeVefal days, pheasant hunting. He 1-e- tufrted home Sunday evening, : Miss Dorothy BraatZj Westgate, spent frOm Wednesday until Thursday evening with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz. Miss Braatz is teaching the parochial school at Westgate, and attended the funeral of Edwin Behnke here. J. B. Leonard Lenhart, GM2-C, Storm Lake, Pvt, Raymond Kollasch, of here, Dorothy Nelson, Emmetsburg, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the James Bisenius home, The former received his discharge after three years in the 'Pacific area. Staff Sgt. William Wier and Mr. and Mrs. James Weir, Bancroft were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Agnes Pierce and Mr, and Mrs, Joseph Schmitt. The Weirs will leave for Chicago this week where they will visit with Jane and Ann Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald accompained by Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer drove to Rochester, Minn., Saturday where Mrs. Ostwald went to consult with specialists in regards to her health. Mr. Ostwald and George Meyer came home Monday and the women remained. New Chevrolet I« Now On Display The new 1946 Chevrolet, the first off the asesmbly lines since manufacture was halted in 1942, are now on display at the Kossuth Motor Co., Joe Harig announced today. A large crowd turned out to see the ifirst post-war model of this popular automobile, last Saturday. "Modern styling that emphasizes massiveness in smart, low, sleek lines characterizes the 1946 Chevrolet models," Mr. Harig said. The new models are in three lines, including the Stylemaster, in the lowest price bracket; the Fleetmaster, which is further advanced in finish and appointments, and the Fleetline, called the "most attractively styled model Chevrolet has ever offered." A Correction Last week this paper stated, in an item received from Swea City, that Will Johns' neighbors had done some plowing for him after the death of his wife. Mr. Johns writes this paper to state that no one plowed any of his land. r. 'arid : Mrs. Arthur Heideri- with' visited with Mr. and Mrs! Ross Vaux Sunday evening at West Bend. 'Mrs. Anna Dau received word Sunday that her sister Mrs. Ben Nemitz died in a 'hospital at Marshalltown Saturday. Mrs. Nemitz Was the former Lena Schallin. Christin Zeimet left last week for Chickasaw, Okla., to visit her husband Pfc. Eugene Zeimet, who came from the south. Pacific where he has been the past 25 months. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke left for Chicago Friday to attend the wedding of their son John Edward Burke. Francis Spilles, cousin of John, left Thursday also to attend the wedding and act as best irian. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke who have retired from their farm five miles north of Whittemore, moved here last week Wednesday to their home they bought from Frank Sehattsohneider two years ago, John Kleinfehn, Cicero, 111., spent last week visiting at the homes of Mr, 'and Mrs. Frank Spilles and Mr. and Mrs. Frank WELLA COLD WAVES $10 - $20 Vee Tee's Beauty Shoppe Phone 54 BURT, IOWA Visit American Education ocnools WfiCK : n-i7 YOUR SCHOOLS DESERVE YOUR ATTENTION The Algona Public Schools invite your attention to details of Algona program this week, elsewhere in today's paper. j-. --..-i;i . - .- . v-- ' Ji. ^•'.y^Vi'^V^'''-"^^- rij ' '' M '- V'V,. h ^^ Sil&Sfi|gBKft* '-it: >'•'..• •'>* i'- '^^IP' •'• ' Designed by 5 ' .-• . ,-'••.'. '•' • ''...• - •;•••'. ."A 4effplte tevorltt? with our trade- lovely dresses lia ijf^ sb'ftdes and ' ' ' we 6? Recognized f of Quality and Beauty 2.98 12.95 The handbags you've b e en waiting for. Beau tlfully designed p o u c lies In kid, reptile and fabric. Completely equipped. /im n •'•> its ?sB 21 • u •••! AH IMPORTANT DATE FOR THOUSANDS OF Altim VETERANS HOW IH CIVILIAN LIFE * Between now and November 21, thousands of Army veterans will reenlist in Uncle Sam's new volunteer peacetime Army. Because — men who have been discharged between May 12 and November 1 of this year and reenlist on or before November 21 will be able to return to the Army with the same grade as they held when discharged. Men with six months of satisfactory service discharged as privates will, on reenlistment before November 21, be given the grade of private first class, Men now in the Army who apply for discharge after NOVEMBER 1 for the purpose of reenlisting in the Regular Army will also retain their present grades, if they enlist within 20 days after discharge and before FEBRUARY 1, 1946. "BEST JOB IN THE WORLD" These special privileges are typical of the new law recently passed by Congress. Few opportunities for a • lifetime career offer as many attractive advantages, Can you thimX of any other job that would give you good pay, your food, clothing, Quarters, Iree ined* icaj and Cental ca.re, world-wide travel, 30 days' furlough every year, education and -training in any of nearly 200 ski})? qr y trades., »»4 to retiw with a: life HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW ENLISTMENT PROGRAM 1. Enlist menu for l'/2, 2 or 3 'years, ( 1-year enlistments permitted for men with 6 months' service.) 2. Men reenlisting retain, their present grades, if they reenlist within 20 days after discharge and before Feb. 1, 1946. The same applies to men discharged between May J2 and Nov. 1, 1945, who reenlist before Nov. 21, 1945. • •; 3. An increase in the reenlUtment bonus to $50 for each year of activa service since the bonus was last paid, or since last entry into service. 4. 20% extra pay when overseas. 5. Paid furlough, up to 90'. days, depending on length of service, with furlough travel paid to home and return, for men npw in the 'Army who enlist. 6. Mustering-out pay (based upon length, of service) to all men who are discharged to reenlist, J, Option to retire at half pjjy for the reit of your life after 20 years' service — or threeiquarterj pay after 30 years. (Retwament income in grade of Master or yirst Sergeant up to $i55.25 per month for 1«^;) A« ptevioiw active federal military ser-r Vice COM ^d retirement,, ' . P. .PswefiWef ^1 P«l of Rigitl.- •:•' . There isn't anyl That's why ft job in the Regular Army has been called "The Best Job .in the World," « :f »!»ily ;vjl(»w » oj[ enlif {rnerrt jfp enJ|{|t pr reenliit cr PAY PER MONTH: ENUSTIJD'WEN la . ;••_•_-•-- .-.. - •_^'; m ^^ l - i >-'-' ' ' •-* ''-^' '•'• x •' •'- '''.-: '•'"••'-.>• ?f'Jij_iiii_ " •''•' ^^^^'^^^"^••^^-Kf^^^m''^ff&^i :-.^P^.* '•' flBp fr,'' ^-P^liillH^Pp-wJfcilJI^^ gii

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