The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1942 · Page 4
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HANSEN HEADS TITONKA SCHOOL BOARD Titonka: Oscar Norland and Geo. Bonacker assumed their duties as the new members oiv the school •board, who succeeded Chris Brandt and Wm. Schram. Ernest Hansen was again elected president. The secretary, Edward Boyken, holds office until July 1. The board met Monday evening and M. F. Cheever who has been superintendent here one year, was rehired, and all tne present teachers wer offered contracts. How many will remain for the coming year cannot be estimat ed at this time. 1LEGION AUXILIARY HOLDS ANNIVERSARY PARTY The Legion Auxiliary entertain ed the husbands, the Legion men and their wives at a party Tues day evening honoring the 23rd an niversary of the organization of th American Legion. Mr. Cheever le community singing which opene the program. Patriotic contest ««.ro In eharee of Mr. and Mrs. L.. G Gartner Luke Miller talked on he work of the Auxiliary and the American Legion and gave ft word of farewell to Rev. Gartner who feaves for Ft, 'Leonard Wood, Mo., March 26uT 1 The Auxiliary ladles hen presented the'Legion with cake on which were 23 candles unch was served an a social hour was spent. About 40 were In attendance. Mrs. Ray Miller and Mrs. Harold MiUer were shopping in Mason City Friday. ,U. A. Dreesman, Lakotr .called on Mr. and Mrs- Ben U. Meyer Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Sleper and Morjorle called on Mr. and Mrs Dick Sleper Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beenken and son Eugene, were visitors in tn B H. Mtyer home Wednesday eve ning. , .. /Carol Egesdal is entertaining th chicken pox this week. She is th oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. B. Egesdal. Miss Lillie Tapper and Miss Hcl en Falk are the new waitresses a the Wilson Cafe. Kenneth Fishe and Minnie Tapper resigned. Th new girl in the kitchen is Mis Executor's Sale of the Henry Wadsworth Home Located at 203 East Kennedy street. This property will be sold to the highest bidder on March 31st in the Court Boom at Algona at nine a. in. Subject to the approval of the court. This house is Modem, has seven rooms and bath hot water heating system with oil burner attic- is insulated, well located and will make a desirable home for anyone. G. S. Buchanan, Executor rtaxlne Stott. Mr. and Mrs. Merman' Tapper elped with the chores at the A. . F-riest farm at Thompson a couple of days while'Mr. Frlest went o the Twin Cities where he purchased some feeding cattle. (Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper and their children, Buffalo Center, spent Wednesday evening at the C. B. Kjges- dal home, It being Mrs. C. B. EgeS- dat's birthday. The guests brought •ake and sandwiches. Dr and Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet and Twylah teft Thursday morn- ng for Denver, Colo., where they plan to attend the graduation of :helr son, Watson, who has completed his work at Lpwry Field. He graduated as an aviation cadet. Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer and daughter Arlys, and Mr. and Mrs. Sck B. Meyer were djnner guests at the B H. Meyers Friday. Mrs, B H Meyer is recovering slowly from her "recent illness. She Is able bo be up part time now Her daughter, Mrs. Harm Kettwick is taking care »f her now. (Mrs. John-1. Rippentrop returned to her home Thursday after caring for her mother the past ten days. Walter Tapper was pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when a group of friends came to spem the evening with him in honor o his birthday. The guests were Mr and Mrs. Kobus Tjaden, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tjaden and daughter Jr and Mrs. Herman Tapper. Mr nd Mrs. Henry Meindcrs and nmes, and Mr and Mrs. John Beenen and twin daughters, Donna and awn. Cards was the entertainment and high for men went to Walter Tapper, high for ladies to Vlrs Steve Tjaden and low went a Henry Meinders. Lunch was erved at a late hour. PAINT UP In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Phd&gfWhtA for The Algona Upper Pea M<fliies In ttwr tMWTtft BbUl*rt«W Wash n*ton 6f H. R* , would Sake the TawHSend Plan ft ta« will b* explained to Towfl- sendites in Algofla .5* April 6tt j*t 7:36 c. m. at Amerfcatu Legtoh hail with C. M. House* as ptlnelpal speaker -The- pubic is invited. The meeting will be one of 280 aimllaf gathering^ in the m!d«6st as part of the national expansion campaign to establish the plan of pensions Oar 1 all persons over 60 years of age. 'Topics to be discussed at the coming meeting will Include ^leg 1s- latlve activities at Washington and the two petltton campaigns-new being waged; one on behalf of a cbn- stltutional Amendment embodying the Townserid. Plan, and the other to urge congressmen to aid in on- taming a hearing for the pjan. IBOOK NEWS The seniors had tnelr picture taken at Algona Friday. Mary Ann Flatg, Mason City spen the week end at the parental w Flaig home. (Lucille Genrlch left Saturday fo rs, W ttfeild«f f •pew tltfaugh th* clinic 1 . ftefftdon with^Mfs. Ale* HIM, K*uegeh ,Mw, ftl^ tedt and MM, AP6hd avfe thd leBWsn. ten- Atteftded. The Cilniftf Fischers, the Arthur F>lebe» arid Mr. and M«. WlUjai !»lschef attended a birthday dinner fdr fid Pwebe at Ms home in Fenton Wednesday evening, Donald Priebe returned here with the ?Hebes to ^islt^ until, Saturday, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Raymond filefstedt, Mrs, Arehd Neeland, Mrs. Alfred Jefgenson, Mrs. DoralAate, Mtrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Otto Jensen, Friday. . Mr* Lteyd ton** 1 Went 16 Thol t6n Wedn«*d«y being called tM fef *Ha»Wi whd died Thurs •'' A number from here the fdneral there Satun M^r James Is the I6cal fifth Sthg&fl8truct6r. The Band /Mothers' club met Wednesday eveningI with Mrs. \ Frye, MrsT C- » Whithouse asi "ffi "... ^.^..u.., board was of Mrs. Ri , ln. An' executive board was pointed consisting of Mrs Thompson, Mrs. L W. Nelson ' Mrs ' . M'O. ftlcharda. The ill be with Mrs. kayn (IIM- Eml1 Kraft as ing. Hospital Ne\v» Kossuth Hospital March 17—Mrs. George Wildin. Algona, medical. March 18—Beverly Dallman, Burt, SU March 19-James Wildin, Algona. medical; Mrs. Leo Frieders, Lu- Mar'ch 21—Mrs. Floyd Koepke, Burt, tonsilecbomy. March 23—Edna Mitchell, Algona, medical; De Ber Miner. Wesley, accident; L, A. Cruikshank Burt, medical. General Hospital March 16—Otto Ruhnke. Whit temore, surgical. March 17—Peter Dahlhauser West Bend, surgical. HVIarch 18—Mrs. Everyal Adams Burt, boy. ' , March 19—Mrs. George Blom strom, Elmore, Minn., surgical. March 22—Homer Lawson, Wes ley, medical. - . Mrs. Cecil Baldwin spent Wednes • i day with her aunt, Mrs. Jake Niel ™ sen near Ringsted. CONSUMES TORPEDOED TANKER-JThis U. S. Army Aerial photo shows the 7,451-ton tanker R. P. Resor JuTning to wreckage off the New Jersey coast last week near Sury Park. She was torpedoed by a U-boat. Two of her crew of 4S^ere rescued, the bodies of four have been identified, but the rest are missing. ^BETTER QUALITY" "QUICKER SERVICE" HERO OF MACASSAR STRAITS BATTLR-Photo shows rUeut-Col. Stanley Kl Robinson of Morgantown, W. V who Bunged to death during an air battle over Macassar Straits. At the right is his wife and son, Stanley, Jr. • We are selling the balance of • B our Du-Pont Paint at a 25% Dis- E count. We are changing our line to Pittsbuigs Paints ] Kohlhaas Hdwe. START YOUR C HICKS PHEN-O-SAL TABLETS I THE DOUBLE DUTY DRINKING WATER MEDICINE 01 advertised In Mar. 21 ISSUE of WALLACES- FARMER • f -.v «•* *;*<"•• See U« foi Genuine Of. Salsbury'i PHEN-0-SAL TABLETS.. HEADQUARTERS for Mttde-to- Order RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be filled promptly and efficiently ORDER NOW! STAMP PADS AND INKS BAND STAMPS—SEALS THE ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES Our Neighboihood We have resiolved not to do any hoarding. As far as sugar Is concerned, our neighborhood }s sweet enough without sugar, as to coal If I have coal my neighbors will have coal and If my neighbors have coal I v.-Jll have coal. IWe may pile up a few bottles iof V. O. just in case of a black-out or something. We are all 100% in this neck of the woods. Anyone saying a good word fdr Hitler or the Japs Is sure to find himself In the hospital when, he wakes up4 Our neighborhood slogan Is "Keep your mouth shut your pocketbook open and the ones physically fit are to join the army or get out and help the farmers produce food for a starving world." Of course you are supposed to keep on buying your work shoes from Jlmmle Neville. Special reduced prices on men's work shoes all this .week. You save $1.00 a pair buying them now. Jintmie Neville THE SHOE MAN GRAND OPEN miATFR niADE BY EXPLOSION-^elma, N. C..I The tg o a n Pln Thr°ee pe^e S£ SS58 Several were injured in the accident. •••••••••••••••••••••••"* Beginning Wednesday, March 25 SERVICE STATION HOURS 7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. We, the undersigned service station operators and gasoline retailers of Algona, agree to open our places of business on week days at 7 a. m. and close at 7 p. m. Sunday the hours will be 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Saturdays, open at 7 a. m, and keep open as long as there may be business to attend to. AVERAGE DAILY HOURS 7 a. m. to 7 p(. m. ing forward to seeing you! • ' PANNON BATH SET Johnson D-X Service Dutch's Super Service Schultz Bros. Service Klamp's Service Kossuth Oil Company Harris Conoco Station Skelly Service Station Heiter's Texaco Service Royal "400" Service Selser Service Station K.&B. Co-Op, Oil Co. ISW3BB9M aJ^ Clements Sinclair Service Park's Super Service Harms Super Service Moore's D-X Service Mike's D-X Service Hutzell Cities Service Frankl Service Station • Malueg's Standard Service Larson's Service Johnson Service Station Viking Oil Co, or Announcements See our complete line of samples—printed or engraved. Let them complete your trousseau and tell the story . . of the all important event, The Algona Upper Des Moines Bath Towel __-—25c Pace Towel —-ISc Wash Cloth 10c 20x40 inch bath towel; 15x26 inch face towel; 13x13 Inch wash cloth. All In blue, green or pinlt plaid. Women's Hose 25c Service' weight and cotton. Dull ish and ringless. wonderful hose for i to day wear, PANTIES , 27c Satin striped rayon, warp- , knit to prevent runs. Brief styles or band-bottom, tailored style. Tea rose. A great BIG value!' j TABLEWARE SET Complete fcVV Regular 39c value! Includes 6%inch covered butter dish; Scinch creamer and sugar bowl; 4-m«h salt and pepper shakers. AH in sparkling crystal glwa. wMjff^^^^^^^^39f • lCr ^Vpo»»^,- -.-** tW* _"-- ._4.«lr»a An 250 Tissues] lOc Fine quality fac sues. A re value! WW several boxes price lasts, Bowl OOT 19 A set of mcbte They're wWte washable. S, I, Fenney, Owner STARTS THURSDAY MARCH 26, Endi Sjtimhgf BEN FRANKLIN STO

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