The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1946 · Page 8
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(' PACE TWO. WHEAT REDUCTION MAY 4-H TOPIC How Kossuth county farm families can substitute other foods .for wheat and reduce the use of fats is to be the main topic of all meetings of the Farm Bureau and 4yH clubs' during May. The campaign to cut consumption of wheat by the equivalent of 2-c of a loaf of -bread per day per family,and of fat by 2 Va tablespoons per family applies to rural people as well as those in the towns and cities, says O. L. Thoreson, chairman of the AAA and that is why these rural groups are cooperating according , , . ing .: an operator's license. to A. L. Brown, County Extension Director. "Since we live in a country, WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS surrounded as -we .are >by an abundance of food, we may find it.hard to realize that millions o people Of other nations -would relish the food we waste," Thoreson stated. • r Substitution of some other food for .a small .part of the wheat products ,and ifats we normally .use. ds .but a small contribution to world famine and to the future peace and security of the world. Two Fitted, $5, Costs Two fines of $5 and costs were assessed .-by Justice J. .iB. John• Week, in his court. . DeWall, Bur.t, .was charged with not having a car license, and. Lloyd 'Kollasch, Rod- nan, was charged, .with not hav- SIEG-FORT DODGE COMPANY FORT DODGE IOWA Wholesale Distributors Automobile Supplies Replacement Parts and Equipment —Branches— Carroll, Iowa Webster City, Iowa Estherville, Iowa Clarion, Iowa Spencer, Iowa Storm Lake, Iowa Jefferson, Iowa Iowa Falls, Iowa iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiifiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHfiiiiiij; 12 VI1S ENTER BUSINESS, SCHOOL LIFE; SWEA CITY Svvea City:- This community is daily welcoming the return of former service men into the business life of the community. The first Swca City ex-service man to be granted apprentice training aproval the G. I. bill is Maurice Kollasch, son of Mr, and Mrs. Tony Kollasch. Maurice joined ,the Marines before .Pearl Hartor anJ was in service over five years, taking par! in some of the major Pacific campaigns. 'l f o is employed at tnc Swca !ity,.Locker Plant,.Avherc >he Will learn meat cutting and locker nariagement. j • Brothers Are Back I Wallace Johnson, son.of-Super- visor M, L. Johnson, has also made npplication for apprentice trailing approval. Since his ;discharge "rom the army he has been em- tmm BBS ,Bancrof t Legion, In Bancroft's American Legioii post has voted to donate $5(000 to the Bancroft patk cornmisaion for use in erecting a'Memorial-Park, which will begin to take 'form this summer. Other donations have nlso beeri received. The park will serve as a living memorial to .war de"dd of -bqih 1 World War I and 11, . and wlilt 1 consist of an athletic field and) mnuicipal swimming 'pool, . asi well as other attractions. HONOR BODE FOLKS WED 20 YEARS, ( THURS,APRIL2S Bode: Mr. and Mrs. Rudbluh rom ino army.ne nas oeen em- Olson Were pleasantly surprised ployed,at the postoffice, but he j by a group of 30 friends on the ntends to learn the plumbing occasion of their 20th .wedding anniversary Thursday evening,. April .25. The evening was' in playing cards, after m trade under Geo. K. Nelson. Maurice Johnson, Wallace's brother, -is employed in the LALLY'S ncer AutomotiveTarts And Service Distributors Congratulations to The Taylor's On Their New Building LALLY'S SPENCER CO. 7 Grand Avenue Spencer, Iowa "See Lally's First" Twcelen -Hardware. He is a veteran of the European theatre. Wawne Griffith arrived with his wife and family from th west coast, last week, and is dis charged from the navy. He plan to resume hispid job at the Swe City plant of the Forest City Pro cluce Co. Wayne Thompson has returne< from Florida, after serving in th navy, and will assist his father I Wm. Thompson, on the farm. Hi wifeand son are living with hi parents. I Bob Blomster, ex-navy man I was .discharged early this month and he and his bride, the forme Virginia Ditsworth, are staying with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Blomster. Back to 'Posioffice Clarence Hovcy has returnee to his post as chief clerk in the post office, after an operation. He has been in the postoffice since his return from service. Cletus Turnbaugh, long time employe of the Swea City Hatchery office, is again on the job. He served in the army. Four members of the teaching profession are also veterans. Thomas Hani fan joined the faculty during the second semester. He served as a lieutenant in tho navy. Lyle Patterson, former mathematics teacher, has joined the Haas Livestock Commission Co. of South St. Paul, but will travel in this- territory. .Eddie Stewart, - ex-captain of artillery, is returning as junior high school instructor and base,ball coach. He was formerly a Burl resident. The family now lives, in vHambure. N..Y., but will , . . return to Swca City; *.ru""Vi"""* ""V^V^ "»""• ••'«"<= Vcm Wegener science anlf ^ Prisoner-of "War Camp oper- shop instructor before entering atcd ln Aleonn ' hp »»«•«"-»'«~ the navy, has also been offered another contract here. Chet Schoby Subject Of Magazine Story C. R. Schoby, who lives soutli of Algona, is featured in an article in the May issue of Capper's Farmer, entitled "Ways to Push a Dairy Herd." Mr. Schoby, it in which refreshments furnished .by the group .were served, .andxa gift of money was presented to the Olsons to buy a gift to commem- morate the event. Gullixsons Are Hosfs "Mr. and Mrs. R, F. Gullickson entertained a group of relatives and friends at dinner at their home on Easter Sunday. The party included Mr. artd Mrs. Torkel Aure and her father Elmer Knowles of Humboldt, John Ri-ed of West Bend, Mr. and-Mrs. W. H. Reid and son John -Hugh of Hubbard, Mrs. Donald Aure and two sons, William -Rossing -of Garretson, S. D., Phyllis Norman and Mrs. Amande Aure. Home For Easier College students home for Easter vacation were Roger Olson, Roger Opheim, -Wallace Mitsyen of Ames; Phyllis 'Berge, Gerald ine Rolland, Iowa .State Teach ers College; -Iva Mae and Nat alie Tonderum, Forest City ! :.dvs Trygstad, Nci:-'hf it-Id Phyllis Bakken and Audrey Han son, Luther college. Cadet Nursi Vivian Kinscth, Minneapolis. 75 at Lutheran Dinner There were. 75 dinner reserva- ions at'the meeting of the Lu heran Brotherhood Monday light, April 21. Mrs. Paul Nasy was chairman of refreshment ommittee, and Andy Olson . was rogram chairman. After diner speaker was Rev. P. B. -Wold f Badger. Takes. Job, ,}n Bank Wilford Rood has accepted- a position in the Bode bank. While I, AfcddNA IOWA ~ ,;«".- * *.-*",'«,•,-"';„>' ;' «[ f r I ,"!' 18 fl-. >> rflrS.'W'.' B, ,' f> t • ''•*••: /,' ,vy f'rt*- K ,, atad in Algona he was ,an ,1 assistant. He has recently returned from a .month: trip, to Arizona, where he was accompan* iecl by Wayne Selvig. ' The Dr. P. W. Quallys have re- luimed from a 'visit 'in Red Oak at the Robert Torrence home. Mrs. Don Moore has returned from a trip to Tucson, Ariz., where she had -been visiting her son. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olson and appears, is a great believer in '"' • ""'-' iylla - ^mesi ujson anci good hay and the story describes lllmil y were recent .guests at the his methods of insuring its qual- " ome °f his -parents Mr. and Mrs, ity. Cutting at the right time, Olaf Olson, and proper drying, he considers very important. Another thing, according to the nationally circu- later magazine, he is very careful about buying herd bulls. He insists that the dams of his breeding sires have been tip-top producers for not only one, but several generations. He also gives his cows a rest of from six to ten weeks between lactations. Congratulations to The W. C. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. on the Opening of their New Building and the Dependable Service they have rendered their customers in Kossuth County* D & D COMPANY Wholesale Farm Supplies Fort Dodge, Iowa Mrs. Otis Sanders has returned to her home in'Burt after a short visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Orren Kinne. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Holland are moving to Armstrong May 1. The Berger Dales have purchased their home and they will move to town from, the .farm. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hagen and children have returned to Des Moines after visiting at the homes of his sister, Mrs. Judith Hoover, and his parents in Ottosen. An Easter Sunday gathering at' the John Lamen home included Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newsome of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Karyl Lamen of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Kinseth. The Ernest Berges and Archie Rollands attended the Iowa State Teachers concert in Mason City on Thursday evening, April 17, in which their daughters Phyllis Berge and Geraldino Rolland were members of the band. Mrs. J. B. Jacobson, Mrs. Inge- bor-g Swenson, Mrs. Sam Thorsland, and Thelma and Sammy attended Charlotte Jacobson's birthday party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson, near Ottosen. Pfc. Orren Kinne sent a wire f.om New York Saturday, April 20, informed his wife he was on his way home as soon as he could obtain his honorable discharge. He was serving in the Army of Occupation in Germany. 50 B£D HOSPITAL Petitions are being circulated in Hancock couhty eaUlhg "for ,a Special -vote ,on =the erfcction .of a «ountyhospital»of fft»tn*45>toiOO beds. * Hie hospital -.would ,be.,erected as a war 'memorial , at i-B^iit. American LegiCh posts at Bisitt, Kanawha, Gafcnet;, v C6ftwlth .MA' Crystal tLttke, .,artd--the county farm bureau, are backing the frrojeCt. ' The;specitrt.<ateQ.tI0.n,.Js expected to be held sometime this summer., A,Vote, of 300'jpefi cent ,6f those vWho ,go jto .palls, is nee0s- £ary to carry a bond issue of this type. ' ' . -. PlansacHll!for \a mwidcm ioperv ating room, emergency room, x- cay roorns.-'mihor- stiitgery, examination, .business and ; wttiting rooms, as,well, as. the actual hospital patient-rooms. Bode Girl A Bride Of Donald Bakken (n Sunday Service • : 'Bode: 'At 2 -o'clock iTuesday. afternoon, April '23, -Miss Delia Janssen .was-honored at ,a .pi-e- rmptial shower dn'ithe parlors .of the Lutheran church. 'Miss Jans- •sen's .marriage to. Donald 'Bakken 'took place Sunday evening at'8 o'clock-in the church. • Hostesses .at the .Tuesday r af- -ternoon - affair ..were sisters and sisters-hvlaw of -the honoree, including Mrs. Donald Aure, Mrs^ Henry Janssen, .Mrs. G. - W..: Janssen. and:'Phyllis, Arlene, and LaVonne Bakken. A. program of events was planned for the .afternoon, after .which refreshments were served, and Miss Janssen opened her many and various useful gifts. Beer Shortage Acute The 'beer,shortage is (becoming acute in Algona.and surroundnig .territory. Beer ;distributors report that shipments have beeri curtailed, and thus deliveries, and. rmany ; local dispensers of beer are rationing what -they now obtain. fd housing provisions of the Wagner-Ellender-<Taft Housing bin definitely are inflationary and a threat to private business H. D., Hutchins, president of the Kossuth County,iReal "Estate ©pawl charged today. -Me said' they wou;ld increase- the .load ,of i he r ,&lteady over-butdehO't %trtx- iftj>er> v by .at least 133 imttiions >of Jollars. a-'j»ent for-the next 45 iMoh ddllars. years, .a total of nearly six ibil* .„.. .^™..,., D pointed out thAt ,6ft6 sectiofl'of the bill pf6p6s6s the'6onstruetion, of 500,-CJOO p'ub- lie-hoUsinj! UhiW in the next folif .ysws. "SUtih >a iprogfrant," he said, "will require vast amounts of building materials and. Wake it impossible to build all the.'prl* vate housing which •oth&'fiwtee would be constructed, il also would cbm'peto with private .housing for tenants Because < £&* istlng -public "vhousittg pf6jeots contain many (families with incomes sufficient to pay -rents $n•der private (industry. "Another ominous factoV-fin ithis proposed ipublic housing spfco- goam is that ipublic housing is" a •,T.he,Wagner.£llender ,1. KvM its huge,public Jipusl gBam, paves the .way. .to lit .ter for, political purposes. >.».»•*.healers cortttfiHittg the .projeeM, can coerce the tenants ,to -vote itheii 1 way under the thteat ,of eviction. • , , (LOW COST AfiVERflSlNd 7- That's what you -get in UpgjW toes Moines-want ods!-0verj,000 E salute the Tayter •»" * • •*» ' "''.'• t.' Implement Company on the Opening <tf tteiriiew building in Algona. ALGONA AND FORT DOD.GE^ IOWA 109 So. Harlan 14 Eleventh St. Distributors ©f: Auto, Truck and -Tractor Parts i Magneto and Other Repairs - ent Co. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor. Algona, Iowa, until 2:00 p. m. May 15, 1946, for gravel surfacing Secondary Road Districts Nos. 575-A, 632, 460, 635, 636 615, 617, 631, 598, 500, :630. 633 627, 529, 629, 621, 623, ;625 626 628, 567, 599, 624, 634,-620 and 637 involving 35025 cu. yds of gravel, to load and haul 1 mile, 276,835: units of half mile haul and 8fi50 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Bids will be received at the same time for Mainte- ance Gravel involving 95,000 cu. yds. of gravel to load .and haul one mile; 612,000 units of half mile haul, and 10900 cu, yds. of stripping gravel pits. Bidding blanks and additional information may he secured .at the office of the County Engineer, Algona, Iowa. L. J. IMMERFALL, County Auditor. April 25, 1946 • 33,34 We are indeed happy to Have this opportunity to wish'Mr, Taylor and his organization much continued success in their new location andexprew^incereappreciation forour long-time, pleasant business association* id Corn Co, ^^p^^^^^p ^SM^ ^R^ B^ ^wnwi j* ^UF ^UP Mf BAH, Iowa r«

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