The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 10
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vvm WHnTEMORETWP. FARM BUREAU IN ELECTION, FRIDAY Whittemore: The Whittemore township .Farm Bureau re-organized wt the Eldon Shaw home last w.eek Friday, there were about 40 present. The .program was opened with a song toy the audience led by Mrs. A. L. Brown, wife of the county extension director. Election of officers took place with Eldon Shaw, president; Mrs. Everett WUham, vice president: Everett With'am. secretary an.I treasurer; Fred Kollasch piiblicity chairman. The Farm Bureau organizer Owen Kurt, Irvington, explained the projects of the Farm Bureau, and A. L. Brown gave a very interesting tfllk. A program commitee was also appointed: Fred Kollasch, Hugo M«yer, Eldon Shaw and Edward YoitngWorth. Those who became members were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollsach, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw, Mr. and .Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wiitham, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rochleau, Mr. 'and Mrs. Sam Mogle,r Mr 'and Mrs. Gilbert Ben- sphoter, .Mr. and Mrs. William Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Youngworth, Mr. and Mrs. Eisenbarth, Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Fantie! Mr. and Mrs. A. Ramus, and Mr :and Mrs. J. Erpelding. The program was closed with a piano duet by Mrs. Fred Kollsach and duaghter Norma. Honor Irene Carman— A miscellanious shower was held last Sunday afternoon at the academy hall in honor of Miss Irene Carman. Mrs. John Fraser, Algona, high, and Mrs. Martin Eischeid, Fort Dodge, low in bridge; in 500 Mrs. Simon Elbert, high, and Mrs. Herman Kollasch, low. Miss Carman received many lovely gilts. She will 'be married June 11 to Thomas Sherman, of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family spent Thursday in Fairmont, Minn., visiting with old friends. Mrs. William Schwanke, Cedar Falls, is visiting here with relatives this week. She will return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson .spent last Saturda" and Sunday with Mrs. Swanson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schendel, Ivakota, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson Friday and with •Mr. Schendel's father Rudolph Schendel. , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr .and Mrs. Herman Voigt and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith Thursday ev- ; S^''M©^ Mrs, Holmgren To Head Hurt Auxiliary Burt: The following new officers were elected at the Legion Auxiliary meeting last week Tuesday evening: Mrs. Harold Holmgren, president; Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, vice president; Mrs. Dwight Potter, secretary; Mrs. Tom Tronary, treasurer; Mrs. J. L. Miller, chaplain' Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, historian; Mrs. W, W. Boeltcher, sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs. L. H. Schcnck, Mrs. Jim Christensen and Mrs. W, J. Lockwood, members of the executive board. It was reported that $61.50 were taken in from the recent poppy sale. 550 being sold. Mrs. Fred Howard was in charge of the sale. BODE NAVY VET TAKES A BRIDE Bode: Saturday evening, June 8, at 7:30 a very pretty wedding took place at the Lutheran church with Rav. Martin Trygstad officiating, when his sister Gladys Trygstad, became tht bride of Harold Rood Jr., who received his honorable discharge after two years service in the navy. He is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rood. The bride's father, Win. Trygstad. was a former pastor of this church, and is now located as a missionary on the Island of Madagascar. After a wedding trip the young couple will return to Bode, where they will remain for a time. pila.1, Fprl Dodge, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hemmestad, living on the Henry Olson farm. 4-H Glitls Honored Monday, June 3, the girls 4-H Facousta club, with their leader Mrs. Henry Olson, attended an all-day session of 4-H groups held in Humboldt. Norma Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and Barbara Adams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Adnms, were chosen from their club to attend the State 4-H camp meeting held in Clear Lake this week. The Boy Scout Troop enjoyepl a camping trip rpcently to Black Hawk Lake with Scoutmaster Loren Eastman and Max Shelton. Dr. P. W. Qually, Dr. Erickson of Fort Dodge, nml Robert Ter- rencc of Red Oak have returned from a vacation trip spent in Canada. On Monday afternoon, May 29, Mrs. Arnold Larson was the recipient of happy birthday wishes when :\ group of her friends joined her in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gangestad were called to Independence on account of the serious illness of her father. They returned the following day. Mrs. Gangstad has returned for a longer stay. Saturday, May 25 Sylvan Jacobson and Ted Underberg returned from Cedar Falls, where they went for their daughter Charlotte and Marian Jacobson, who accompanied them home, after having completed their first year of', college at Iowa State Teachers college. Sunday evening, $ay ,$8»,;lri, the parlors of St. Olaf'S LutK.eflfri church the Sunday school 'teach-' era entertained for Miss Mftrie Hegg, who has served as-Sunday school superintendent jfdf ;thl* past year t and who soon leaves for her home in Decorah, A_ purse of $90 \vas presented to' Miss Hogg in token of appreciation'! Ex-Bode Resident > Dies In St Paul Bode: Carl Sorlein, 59, died at his home in St. Paul Friday afternoon, May 31, of a heart-ailment. Funeral services were held there on Friday afternoon. He was born and raised in Bode. His brother Albert and Magnus and families were in attendance at the funeral. Others froni 'here who attended the, funeral services Were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jensen, and Mrs. Elmer Pederson. Mr. Sorlein was head of the maintenance department of the St. Paul nil-port. He is survived by his wife, two daughters; and a son. / ' '-&*>< - -fl| fr S M iA Lois Bergum Weds Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, May 26, in the Methodist church in Humboldt, a beautiful wedding was solemnized with the Rev. W. L. Braw officiating, when Lois Maurinc Bergum became the bride of Max Ellsworth Ulrich. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Melvina Bergum of Bode and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ulrich of Dakota City. A reception followed at the home' of the bride's mother, followed by refreshments served buffet style. Mrs. Corrine Brodale and Mrs. Lou Hanson was in charge of refreshments. The bridal attendants were Mrs. Eunice Danielson of Humboldt as maid of honor (sister of the groom) and best man was Jean Bergum, brother of the bride. The couple left on a wedding trip, after which they will make their home in Dakota City, where Mr. Urich is engaged in the grocery business with his father. Weber, son o£ Mr.'•and .Mrs. Simon Weber, underwent an appendicitis operation at the Kossuth hospital last week Monday, and at last reports he is well on the road of recovery. Mirs. Herman Wehler and son, Donald, Fairmont, Minn, were Whittemoe callers last week Tuesday. Mrs. Wehler is well known here as she was the former Jessie Chrischilles. iHarold Voigt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt recently notified his parents that he would leave Tokyo in the near future for home land expects to receive his di c charge from the army. Ellsworth Heidenwith spent a short while here Friday afternoon on business. He has taken over the DX gas station on highway 44 Across the street from the Lutheran church in the southeast part of West Bend. Liverinore Skating Party Bode: Members of the Walther League of Livermore enjoyed a skating party at the seating rink Monday evening, May 27. ^ WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS! i OFFICE SUPPLIES — A good stock on hand, getting larger every clay. Fill your needs at The Algona Upper Des Moines office. At Boys Camp William Olson, 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson, left Sunday, June 2 for Camp Dodge, where he enjoyed a week's outing of scheduled events in sports, including swimming. The American Legion Posts throughout the states chose an outstanding boy of their community and William was the choice of the E xlp Legion, with all expenses paid. Welcome a Daughter A daughter was born r>n Tuesday, May 28, at Lutheran hos- As Materials Become Available, We Are Prepared fo Assist You Through Our Property Improvement Plan for Home Modernization Investigate This Plan Now If You Contemplate Building or Modernizing F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 St. Joe Vet Home After Eleven Months Jn China Service St. Joe: Jacob Thilges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges arrived home Wednesday after having received his army discharge at Fort Lcavenworth, Kans. He entered the service November 2, 1043, and received training at Jefferson Barracks, •Mo., Perrin Field, Tex., Columbia college, Mo., George Field, J11., and gcott Field, 111. Eleven months of service were in China. Mrs. John P. Bormann and sons visited with relatives in Parting. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thilges attended a Schmalen family reunion Sunday, June 2, at the Lafiesta, West Bend. Mary Jane Origer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Origer, attended the wedding of her cousin, Marie Hess to Clarence gteines at Dubuque Wednesday, June 5. Sgt. Robert Bormann, son of Jrtr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, arrived home Wednesday evening to spend a 17-day furlough with relatives. He was stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, but returns to Fort Knox, Ky. key Son Gets A Smashed Thumb Lakota: Little David Ley, son Of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley, had the bones in his left thumb broken last w«* Wednesday afternoon when -if was caught m a car 4 °He was tglwj to Doctor Williams, then tP Puffelo Center hospital for jfrray pictures. It was put in splits and is mend- |jng nicely. Pand Concerts, Burt Hurt: Burt i» to flJVf W evening band concerts »8«« Summer. Mrs. J. a PfcteW Keen secured as band leader and Bie first concert of the summer will be Wednesday evening of this 13, "Okay/ just so the engine's OIL-PLATED.' "This one is ... and you're 101% right," the car salesman agrees. He goes on to explain, "We want this car to show you real engine endurance—which means the least carbon, sludge, and upkeep you can have. That's goodwill for us. And all it takes to keep your engine's insides OIL-PLATED is Conoco N" 1 motor oil ... Say, this time you're figuring to treat your new car right!" . . , Many of the oldest cars, too, are being kept in the running by having their engines OIL-PLATED. This internal wear-fighter —OIL-PLATING—is created by magnet-like action. That comes from CpnocQ W h oil's, edded ingredient—surfacing your engine's insides with durable OIL-PLATING. There's your barrier against lots of wear, You can have it in any ear—any model or year-^by driving around to Your Conoco Mileage Merchant's Station. You'll get ypur correct grade of Conoco N" 1 oil— OIL-PLATED sngine, Cpntinenta} Qil Company Knecht's Conoco Service Phqne 32 701 E. State St. CONOCO OIL-PLATES YOUR ENGINE C. 0, Venteicher Tank Wagon Sales and Service Phone 209 Congress Has Taken 11w;il«t In The Right Direction T« STOP INFLATION * ' • -' -.''•< HE House of Representatives of the U, S. Congress recently passed a bill extending the life of the Office of Price Administration, but amended the law to the extent of eliminating some of the past unsound OPA policies and practices. These past policies of OPA were hamstringing product tion, el-eating Black Markets and retarding distribution. This is the first step in the right direction to eliminate inflation ahd indicate to the people that eventually thc'OPA Wa* Measures will be terminated. M%^**l IS"»VI^I I not some Government Regulation or Press Release is the only cure oflnfla- PROPUVTIQlH tion. We know America has the agricultural, manufacturing and distnbu- tion facilities to satisfy not only our own needs but those of much of the world.' However, since V. J. Day this producing capacity has been slowed down and forced out of production the type of goods we need, as the result of maladministration of OPA. . • * • ' • You Have Seen The Results of Past OPA Bungling m Iu .1 (I I I" f T We can all see with our own eyes the Bla,ck Market Increasing daily and the high prices which we are actMally paying. Inflation Is already here .Workmen have seen their factories forced to either reduce hours or actually close because OPA policies had cither shut off raw material supplies, or. had made their factory's product unprofitable to manufacture. Agriculture has seen its production, distribution system and markets distorted by OPA 'policies. The home-seeking Veteran' has found that he must pay Black Market prices because OPA had chanelled building materials away from the legitimate Building Industry and seriously reduced the already inadequate supply of building materials. OPA policies funnelled the majority of products into needlessly high-priced lines. These arc but a few examples of the troubles that impractical and unsound OPA policies have gotten us into. You personally have observed these results. OPA HAD ITS DAY IN COURT Congress acted only a,fter f*ee and open hearings at whiph evidertce^vas pr^scnted^y QPA, reaucrats, Agriculture, Labor, Business and Consumer Groups. Thousands of pagesi of, '* charts and statistics were presented. The House of Representatives, actingonly af Jet it had the FACTS and, by a majority greater than 8 to 1, decided^* the past^aladmiwstral^n^ OPA must : be corrected, if tke INFLATION we already have was to be stopped. ' __ -•• ' •'•';, • " ' ~ ' • WHAT DID CONGRESS DO? '••$W\ BRIEFLY STATED: I The House extended the life of OPA beyond 1946. OPA asked for that extension. June 30, , • •••• '•' ;-.;. •-. v THE HOUSE WP NOT REMOVE THE POWERS OPA TO PREVENT RUN-AWAY PRICES. OF 4 The House Bill said that in order to get PRODUC TION, since this is the one important factor to prevent * INFLATION and Black Market, future prices put into effect on any product «iust be based on current cost plus a reasonable profit. This House action looks like "just plain common sense." Past OPA policy has been exactly the contrary ftpd OPA is howlins over tWs amendment because itIdoes not want to be required to fix prices based on current costs plus a reasonable 'profit. Why? , 4 The House said the vast hidden costs and Inflation, existing In the present OPA program, must be brought out in the open. This Inflation »nd the hidden costs amount to BILLIONS of dollars per yea.r disguised as SUBSIDIES and are paid for by the taxpayer. 5 Finally, the. House served not' c c. on OPA that It could;: not expect to be n vast and costly, self-perpetuatinV Bureaucracy arbitrarily ruling Jhe lives of Americans forever. The House stated it proposed to return America to the people at the earliest date 'practical. t • . These Facts Are Very Different From " STORIES-UNSUPPORTED BY FACTS WHICH OPA RECENTLY ISSUED , OPA HAS PRESENTED ITS FUH, STORY TO CONGRESS! CONGRESS ACTED ON THE TACTS ! I mi M -MPH mm ^Hr-W^^'W l||||4^J|A:: r ^ Fuels... Coal ... Coke Phon? HELP STOP INFLATION,,, SVPPORT •• ' ' . m m l* ..af'^sfe'ft •rafte . ( \

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