The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1946 · Page 8
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PAGE tJPPES DBS MOINES, AlMftA IOWA ^;?> ,^ $w$li$fr v , , ^ ,-r-^:""Vf ^ -^^r^ff^^M Figueroa Ballroom • LIVERMORE, tOWA tntma. SEPT. 5 WELLINGTON TIIURS. SF.I'T. 12 DING ELLIS Tlttlttfi. SEPT. 19 CARL BEAN tfnJRs. SEPT. zr, GUY DE LEO Legion Ballroom Bancroft, Iowa Jointly operating a band together JACK COM: mid HOU LII'KA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 MALKK'S A<TOI!I)IO\ »AM> LAST OLD-TIME DANCE Until further notice. Admission 75c—tax inc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 TINY IJTTIJ: His first and only engagement this season. Gas on Stomach Relieved !n S minutes or double your money back Wlicn I-SM-SH stiiniiii-li ui-lil rnii'i' :n« Riis. four Kliiinai-li and lii-:irlliu pri'-irrlbt' Ihi- ril^U-^t-:H-lini: mi il fj-miiliiiiialii- n-H-f-ninli'-iM'-i lilii Tatili't^. Nn l.ixillln-. Mi-ll-am In Jiffy iir ilimlili' >-"iir iniim-y lui-k fu ll=. L'.'.c aL ill! ilnlKili^t- 1 . |..iinrnl. suir.irnl- ii. il.,i-mr< n-.ii.illy MU.WEAK 'DRAGGED OUT! due to MONTHLY LOSSES- You girls ami women who lose so much during monthly periods that you are pale, feel tired, weak, 'drugged out' — this may be due to lack of blood-iron. So Btart right aw.iy—try Lyclia E. Plnkham's TABLETS—one of the best and quickest home ways to help build up red blood to get more strength and energy—in such cases. Pinkham's Tablets are one of the greatest blood-iron tonics you can buy. Just try them for 30 days---then see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Plnkham's Tablets are also 1 famous to relieve monthly pain c due to female functionalc monthly disturbances. « '•• lydia E. Pinkham's TA6&CVS Help Yaunpters GROVV Wesley Will Hold Party Wesley The American'i Auxiliary wilt, hold membership party . evening, Sept. •&, In the .Legiori hall. Any lady who is eligible through the service of a tether, husband or brotrter in the war is invited, to a "^'^V P ,S Mrs. Strntc. of '$$*»*$ Vfifc Fiehth District- president of the 1 A fxiiary, will b'e jjjue^ shaker- A lunch will be sfcrved'-follow- g the program-. Mew Baby Girl . . .. * ,A baby girl was born to- Mr. ind Mrs. .Too GoetJ! Friday ijnorn- . Tlioy no\v hrtve a fkimily ing ol 'five girls and one boy. Chuck Krause Horn* Chuck" Krause pnmc homo for a three weeks variation at his pnronlal Charles Kraus horrte..He is attending tho Itfwa Stnte college lit Amos. Pfnffer on Vacation • Dr. L. L. Pfeffer took a vacation 'last week from his, dental work, which has kept him on the jump s'mco his return from scr- Hc visited relatives'at.Des Will- Beckers, arf# th^r" grand- moth%r- MrS? Ma'tllda JbKrfson In l Higgs; iMely discharged frorfT- SeWiceV' aWtfrffp-ftftiefl his sister Betty, now Mrs. Gt&rge Burnett, to her home in Rochester-, Min'rt;, Moftday of last week. They flew from Mason City. Mr- arid Mrs. Henry Haverly received word that a baby bay 1 was b6fh to Mr. and Mrs. Elftrl TMseti at Sti Cloud, Minrt. Mrs. The'lseii- is the former' Margaret ; Havcrly arid this is their first' child. v,,.. . Moines .and various other; places. At Church Conference ; Rov. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs, Mrs- Paul Erdnian and Carol intended the all-day Algona District Conference meeting of the! Methodist church a.t the Call State park at Algona Thursday. Mrs. Francis Hauptman entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Henry Shore is visitms his sister and family the W. E. Smiths at. Cedar Falls- Tho Thcron Hansons visited at her parental homo in Washingto". la., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harr observed their tenth wedding anniversary Saturday, August 31. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seller spent several day.3 la?t week at Des Moines attending the Iowa State fair. Mr. and Mrs. George Burnett Rr. of Omaha wore Labor day tuiesls at the Rov. J. A- Riiigs home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bebo and five children spent the past relatives at Flan- week with drrviu, S. D. Groups Hold Settle-Ups Union: A thresher settle-up meeting was held at the Frank Hbfius home ,Monday evening, August 19. The evening Was spent socially while the men settled up the threshing affairs. Eight jobs were complete in this run. Ice cream was the treat of the evening. Jus. Brophy has the run. A settle-up meeting was held at the Walter Heerdt home the night they finished threshing. The machine is owned by Lawrence and John Gisch and Walter Heerdt. Ice cream and cake was served by Mrs. Hbcrdt. Another thresher party was hold at the Floyd Gardner home Tue'sday evening. Seven jobs were threshed on this run. The machine is oWned by Mr. Gardner, Louis Bode and Joe Ricker. Cards were played after the settle-up. Lunch was topped with ice cream. Guests at Algeria Parly A group of daughters daughter-in-laws and enfertained a group of "oldsters" at a one VIGOROUS Humf HIGH ENERGY TONIC Goad-lasting Scnlt's Emulsion contains natural A&D Vitamins often needed to help build stamina and;,resistance to colds nnd minor ills. Helps build strong bones and sound teeth, too! Give good-tasting Scott's daily, the year-round! Recommended by Many Doctors EMULSION YtAR-ROUHD rOM/C Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mcdin were among the state fair visitors last week. Huph Haverly observed his lijth birthday Saturday, August 31. Ho is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dwyer and throe children of Waterloo spent the weekend of the 25th at tho Delbert Benton homo. Tho Catholic Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon. Sept. 4. The C- D. of A.'s will also meet that evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter attended the funeral of their nephew George Ferstl at St. Benedict Friday morning at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girrard and Zelpha attended the Iowa State fair at Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday, also the Fred Secfelts. Mrs. Charles Kraus returned home the first of last week from a two weeks visit at the home of her daughter the Harold Brooks. She also did buying for the Kraus Store. The Lions club held their regular meeting Wednesday. , The Willing Workers Circle served the noon luncheon. Twenty-four of the 31 members of the Lions club attended. Edward Richter, Glenn Smith Kenneth and Dennis Haverly attended the Iowa State fair at Des Moines Thursday. Kenneth Haverly is employed on the John Paulson farm. May Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goepe lare now in Maywood, Calif., where all are employed. Mrs. Goepel's sister and husband are also at Maywood. They were in Denver, Colo. Banns of marriage were published for the second time Sunday in St- Joseph's Catholic church for Frieda McKenzie of Livermore and Lou Carman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carman, Mr- and Mrs. William Goassen Jr. and two children of Davenport visited relatives Mrs. Lillie Loebig and family from Wednesday till Saturday. They went to Garner and visited relatives till Monday. Jean and Jimmy Ferguson returned to their home at Cedar Falls Wednesday. They had visited their relatives at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, and the o'clock luncheon at the Mrs. Kate Annis home in Algona last Wednesday. Those attending from Union were Clara Zahlten, Mrs. Presley Sarchet and Mrs. Ida Winkle Sr. as honored guests. Entertainers were Mesdames Robert and Roy Sarchet, Jessie Sarchet, Mrs. August Slagle, and Mrs. Cla'ir Winkle. Tills older group started on Iheir meetings through associations in their younger days. The companionship and bond of friendship has been neatly Woven to last through the year. Others to attend are Mrs. W. C. Nelson, east of Algona, formerly of Union, and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer of Burt. Miss Jean remained over a few days, returning home by bus last Thursday. Ward Winkie and Robert Bode attended the Des Moines state, 'air last Friday and Saturday. The James Brophys are enjby- ng a visit With James brother "eor'ge and wife of Los Angeles, and Mrs. James Brophy Jalif. Mr. Pertlsnrrfltf To Colleges Portland! Those who will attend college this fall tfflm Herts include Mary Lee Pawdfls, WaU dorf college, Forest City, Shirley Harvey, Frances Schrimer, 111-, Kenneth Patterson, town State, Ames, Evelyn BfecTcer, State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Hose Rose Marie- is H6ffie< after a visit at Dctrbit, Mich., and will teach scliool N6. 1 this yoar. She taught No. 7 last year and this school is now closed. Evelyn Meiers will teach school Nor 6 and Mrs. Wattda Mann Whitehill -Will again tench at School No. 3. At last reports no one 1 was hired for No. 5. Other schools are clo'sed. !bes to San frattcisco Noma Scott left Thursday for San Fraricisco, Calif., after spending her vacation Here with her 1 par6nts. Norha will orttbr the slate university in. California and will major in English. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. RingSdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Fern' Drone, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Sch'tiriet'cft are home' after a week's fishing trip. '••••'• Many from this Community attended 1 a shower for' Mrs.' Marilyn Bbettcher - Gbesman Friday afternoon in Burt- Several women from here were co-host- esSes. A large crowd attended and many useful gifts were presented. New Club In Union Twp. A group of ladies in southeast Union have formed a neighborhood club which meets the last Thursday of each month; Their s third meeting: wa s held Thursday at the home of' Ethel Gardner. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rieken, Cenneth Sarchet, Henry Dearchs \r. were among state fair visitors last week. Donna Jean Bradbury left for ler home at Sioux City via bus ast Tuesday, following a week's vacation here with her grandmother Mrs. Andrew Godfrcd- son. Miss Jean Sheldon of Hubbard, with her parents, stopped off on their way home from spending the summer in Idaho for a visit with their friend, the Lester Johnsons. Mrs. Geo.- Lucina and two children of Iowa City are visiting her mother Mrs. Mame Winkel and her sister Mrs. Will Dodds Jr. Mrs. Lucine was Lavina Winkel. Dorothy Leigh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh, who taught in District No. 4 last year, will attend Iowa State college at Cedar Falls the coming year. She leaves next week as college opens September 9. of o _._ of Webb, la., is visiting her a'urtt and' uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John Logan. The Logans attended a shower for Mrs. Keriheth Logan at Spencer last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bolin, parents of Mrs. Walter Heerdjt and who had been here visiting a week, left last weekend for Manchester, In., to join their son Kenneth arid : his wife for a visit with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Andrew Godfrodson was named president. The next meeting will 'be with Mrs. Godfredson. Members are Mrs. Roy Adams, Mrs. Lester Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mrs. Richard Leigh, Mrs. Louis Bode, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, Mrs. Oscar 'Anderson, Mrs. Lou Robinson and Mrs. Fred Will. Misses Alice and Martha Will' were guestS; A name was selected. : It 'will be known as the "Q" club. Mrs. Gardner served refreshments' Here On a-Visit- ;v• "> ; ;.- ; '•'" • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Potdrson and : son of Rock Island came last Wednesday morning for a visit with Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mi-, and 1 Mrs. Henry Dearchs. The son Tommy refnaihed with the grandparents while his folks went on to South Dakota. tfnion: Earf. CtKWHf HMT fl.-. , the Floyd Gardner 200 acre farm 1 ror the corning yeftf nnd is plow ing. . , -,,-—— The Gardners 'wilt remain on their' farm, just retiring from the farming duties. Mr. and Mrs. Cooper will live In, another hotlse on the farm which is tenanted now by Mr. and Mrs. Jflck BusheY. City Bills Thufcnte Pharmacy, aup- Kohlhaas HdW,, 9u> Anllkef 15,35 ms .„- 35/10 Jllly- 26, THd Cetfhcil rfiet; in" v~™ Session. Mnyor KoHthttft 1 p fl te$)di ed nHd CourfelMetf Httteti Hg£ tf. Lashbrook, salary »_ 90.67 E. SRllling, salary...^. 74.26 G, Hbrvey, sftlaty „,... ~ J. Bahr, salary..^ . 0. QUtider, salary B6 V 10 P. Helmers, salary 60.35' 1. Knuds6n, salary .... rtO.OO i. Lashbrook, salary..- 05.10 Iowa-State "•—• <i - •-•- BohattHOri artd' PdX ris, present. Huenhold and Hutch <: ins We're absent. Building pet- mils wore approved for 1 J.. H! Sheridan. H Roth, W. SieVcn and E. Wegerttr'. ' This being the tirriti set for r hearing on the budget, tfrta there being no objectors, the budget was fixed aS publisMeU A motion was carried ing the rent increase;. o« Rest Room to $S5;00 per month. A Resolution in regard to< an Agreement vyith Hi J. Cowan to orcct an engine base Wtts passed. '•>-•"-» — ^« Appropriating 073 was passed. Ordinance No. The meeting was adjourned to August 15, 1946. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. ; .ELECTRIC FUND L. Bellocki salary $ 91.77 F. Dailey, salary 105.90 T. Halpin, salary 95.77 C. Wright, salary _.— 61.15 W. Ludwig, salary ._._ 99.87; E. Graham, salary 96i52 P. Newsome, salary ___ 79.62 J. Reynolds, salary 50.97 J. Hnrdgrove, salary __ 58.97 A. Hill, salary 71.42 H. Stcphenson, salary.. 95.77 C. Webb, salary 83.65 L. Dunn, salary ___ 83.62 C. Pollard, salary 118,40 I. Kohl, salary 59.60 A. Carlson, salary 100.02 H. Passmore, salary — 71.42 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 102.60 Social Sec. Fund, social security — 16.06 Diesel Service, oil 684.29 E. L. Bride Co., oil 284.52 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight — — 633.04 Fulton Iron Works, repairs 3.75 iHonan - .Crane Corp, supplies 127.08 W. D. Allen Mtg. Co., supplies lAlgOna Mach. Shop, re- I pairs •;• Pratt.Elec.; Co., repairs \rnold; | jM'btor Co:, repairs ---- Vlgbri'a iFlour & Feed Co:,,,salt Mrs. Leola Wallace Bradgate visitbd at the Roy A'dams homo the past week. Mrs. Wal- ; laco is a sister of Mrs. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vannotc of Buffalo, N: Y. ; have boon hero visiting theit daughtbi" Mrs. Peter Arend and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Vannote accompanied them- Lyle is a Brother of Mrs. Arend. They loft last week SHOULPPAYHIM FOR TAK1N6 PlCTUfi£S. ALL VOO SEE IS HIM BLAME THEM FOR PRINKING SCHMIDTS EVERYWHERE THEY GO-BUT WHV PONT THEY POP A BOTTLE THATS US IN THE BLACK HILLS WITH SOME GOOPOLP SCHMIPT'S NOW llL SHOW VCO OUR TRIP UP NORTH&:'•'. WHATPOVOj eAVWETAKE TIME OUT FORA SHORT Pauline Logan, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Logan Two Injured Union Twp. tThion: Robert Sarchet and Clarence Riebhoff tried to do things last week with the outcome not as favorable as might be. Bob let a gate fall on one of his toes and Clarence, while adjusting a power mower, was hit 1 on the head with a lever. Two stitches were necessary to close the Wound; Pallbearers, Tripp Rites Four Corners: Many neighbors and frle-nds attended the set-vices for little Marilyn Tripp at I'0i3f; a; nil at the Menfitf- Funeral lS>m^ Friaay jrtbrriiiiig. r al .boys were pallbeare'rdi Elmor^, vfefle BlmdrdJ TBomas Rich; Karlarj Hfcgg, Gerald' Hajs t and Robert MittaJ- ANT Wednesday for home. Mrs. Sadie Scheick and daughter Maude of Minneapolis, has been a guest at her son Lloyd's. Wednesday evening o: last week they were guests o; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius anc Mrs. Julia Dearchs. Wednesday afternoon they attended a reunion 'of friends at the Kate Annis home in Algona; They left the latter part of the week for home where Maude teaching. will resume he ReihhoffAnd Trip Line Material Co., supplies H. W. Post, freight' floe Station, repairs — Dutch's' Super Serv., repairs . Harms Oil Co., gas Cohlhaas . Hdw., supplies, _:-red A. Foss Co., supplies T Remington Rand, repairs W. W. Sullivan, P. M., mdse. N. W. Bdll Tel. Co., scr- .SAclal S y. A\lto - . StatldH; gift .... Harms Oil Co, gas .... rf..Ame'r. 163 tfecl- Cd;, pairs- Impl. Cd, re- DutcVs' Service; gds and" bil ..... .. ---- • ..... . Kent Motor Co,, repairs CHas: COfit. .Oil £o.,. ..... A'nlikef Super SerylciS, gas. — .^^-u-i-.'.^.^ P. Morgan; Jordan; Ibbot- ... M. Jbrfes, salary. .^_. i .'. , G. Dettman, salarV .... fheo B, KobeMfe6fl' Cb, supplies C. 8i N. freight Keuffel & —..-_-. ; .R'y C36; ( ....-...-. Esser Co., supplies' R'y Expr. Agcy, express A; Carlson, expense —H; L.-: Ohnes^Orgev MUnd' C. Walker, Co. ReCi,.fee Rabirison & Parnham, on contract Algona U. D. M;, service SEWER FUND C. Pollard, salary P. Morgan, salary ..... F. S. Norton & Son, 41;flff 27.17 40.07 30.103 9.51 44:50 45'.dl 40:00 50:40 79;20 22.83 1.00 35.37 27>97 56.25 .50 500.00 13.98 2.5.00 25.00 47.25 salfiry «.__Iowa State 'Bank, withholding ta* *.—' Social Sell Fllrtd, Social Security .i.'.'—iu.i Tnorhpson H a y w a fd Chem. Co., slip. >. -N. Wt Bell Tel. Co., sef- VlCe' ...a. I*., .t.. 4* 'Work FUrM Acco-uhf, transfers *.... 60.80' B2-.60 44,40 40.88 •2.98 22.S8 85.00 H, W, POST flftttTAMB L6h|f distance hauling. Every 'load .Insured- against loss' or dnttftfgfc SHftllppea-tb dS-flll Lost Our Lease! We nrc Itilc'feStM in tlic Tense or" tfiiVfclirtfie of plKofloWJr sultftlil'o trt oili* (Misitifcs,^ anil th Algoim. \ Will' )»e Irftoi'ostcrt' in suitable vn- property on Wlilcli to liulld. Kossuth County Hatchery Address ciire Spencer Cliick Hat'cliery, Spencfcr, In. supplies FIRE MAINT. FUND Aletiha Maytag Co., repairs ... 13.22 I: Kohl, labor — • 13,00 Algona Fire Co., 6 calls 192:00 4162 4.34 K. Frarikl, gas N. W. Bell Tel; Co., service vice F. Oslrum, salary R. Barton, salary Union: Floyd Riebhoff, who was married last Wednesday; and his wife fire honeymooning at the Black Hills in South Da^ kota. Floyd had been farming witn his father, Frank Riebhoff, untij his father passed away in 1943. Then his mother and he contin^ ued on the farm until her pass-- ing. Since then he has been, caring for the house and farm" woj'k alone, His grandfather purchased this' quarter section in 1856 and it remained in 4 the family since. Swea Cityans Move Swea City: Mrs. Carrie Wilsorj and daughters moved to Superior; last week. Having purchased a cafei Their residence property: being. Offered for sale. 1.28 29.25 9.20 2.83 44::00 $ Dpirn, repairs.,, owa Eltic." Sup. ' Co., supplies _--_ 199.88 85.29 2.97 1.00 2.51 25:37 3.77 .53 18.91 24;00 20.22 WATER FUND H. Barton, salary 101.47 87.82 61.15 E. Gerber, salary 83.6! C. Pollard; salary 35.00 I. Kohl, salary 30.01 P. Morgan, salary 25,0i L. Mitchell, salary 77.5' Ri Helmers, labor 70.6 V. Scobba, labor 67.35 W. Pertl, labor 67.36 J. Helmers, labor 68.85 R, Hejmers, labor 67.35 G. Palmer, labor 3.71 J. Ulrich, labor „ 4.36 J. Reed, labor 1.60 N. Palmer, labor , 1.0.0 •R. Haag, labor __ 2.50 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 56.20 Social Sec. Fd., tax ... 8.27 Iowa Mach. & Sup. Co., supplies ._ ._ 81.99 Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., supplies 78.84 Algona Mach. Shop, repairs .75 Brown Instrument Co., supplies _ 20.62 Neptune Meter Co., supplies _ 46.29 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., supplies 6.881 H. W. Post, freight 5.28 G; F. Towne, supplies.. 90.00 Funk & Deim, supplies- 10.79 | Dutch's Super Serv., repairs 7.65 Harms Oil Co., gas !_ 10.44 Ed's DX Sta., gas , 3.03 Algona Cry., gas . 6.51 f Keuffel & Esser Co., supplies 510.00 CONSOLIDATED FUND Phone 520-W For Prompt Service On 20 Years Experience—No Red Tape— Dependable Delivery—Just Phone Us and We'll Do the Rest. Bjustrom's tJiejre. here C. McGinnis, salary ____ T. O'Brien; salary ______ A. Weishaar, salary ---A, Boekelman, salary.. 93.60 97.60 89.10 77.50 •Irite tons-Heavy stalflctJtie—the 'gianl I held tight to its cavern roof by the* fdree of molecules putting up against gravJl of molecular attraction (basic force that hi Conoco scientists bring to'America's jnotcj new end-better oils. 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