The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 14, 1942
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The Altona Upper Deg Moln^ AljAtifcifowa, Julv 14,1W2 11 "•> It r SCHOOL BOARD IN PORTLAND GRANTS TEACHERS RAISE (Portland: The township school 1 board met with Mrs. W. J. Stewart July 1st. Henry Nelson, treasurer, and Mrs. Stewart, secretary, Were both re-eected. Directors are: No. 1, Bernard Phelps; No. 2, Frank Burger; No. 3, Hans Presthus; No. 4, Glen Black; No. 5, Franz Teeter; No. 6. G. O. McFarlan-d; No. 7, Earl Miller and No. 8, Ray McWhiorter. Three teachers were re-hired: Mrs. Harriet Beaman at No. 3; Catherine Wolf, No. 6; Mabollino Miller, No. 7. The board voted to pay a $5 pel- month raise is salary. TRUNKJKLL NEWLY-WEDS GIVEN CHARIVARI TUESDAY Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, newlyweds, ended their honeymoon at John's home here Morday. Marriages arc not missed by the younger group and the.usua good crowd flocked over to the Trunkhills OR Tuesday evening. The accomodat- Ing bankc» and son-lrr-law and a few others from Burt went out for an evening visit and this kept the happy couple at home for the charivari. All were invited in to Burt and given a grand ice cream treat. The wedding occurred in South Da- hota where the bride has a home. Me. and Mrs. A. P. Prlmialng of Legdewood, Nl D., spent several days recently at the W, J. Stewart home. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rlngsdorf took their daughter, Margaret, Marilyn Long and Margaret Rlchman back to Mason City Sunday. The girls had spent the past' week end at their homes' here. The W. J. Stewart family and the Waif Waltman family, near CoiS wlth, were week ago Sunday dinner guests at the Garnie Hood home near Rutland. The Waltmans and Hoods formerly lived here. The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday, July 16th, with Mrs. Rasmussen. The Peppy Pals 4-H club will present the program. Assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Will Grover, Earl Shipler and Grant Fairbanks. , Recent supper guests at the Tony Jandl home were Mr. and Mrs. Or;i Ollom and two daughter of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jandl and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Diers and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Brock and the Mennet Trunkhill family. PORTLAND PEPPY PALS MET WITH FLORENCE SCHUTTER The Portland Peppy Pals met on Wednesday, July 8th, with Florence Schutter. As a patriotic gesture the two scheduled meetings finr July were held at this time. Florence demonstrated canning apples, Lavina Jandl talked on observance of game laws. A general citizenship discussion was held. The girls will meet with Mrs. Jandl Monday evening and plan the program to be given at the Woman's club meeting on Thursday, July 16th. Mrs. Kathryn Vaughan To Leave Algona (Mrs. Kathryn Vaughan and brother, P. H. Humphrey of Monorta, and ;heir niece, Miss Margaret E. Ryan of Oyster Bay, N. Y., spent Wednesday and Thursday in Algona looking after Mrs. Baughan'a business acairs. Mrs. Vaughan is disposing of her household goods here at auction next Saturday and will make her home .with her sister, Mrs. Ed Ryan at Monona. WEST BEND BOYS AT SCOUT CAMP NEAR FORT DODGE West Bend: The 'Rev. George McDowell took four icf his Boy Scouts to Camp Nititah rear Fort Dodge Monday morning where they will spend a-week's outing study- Ing scoutcraft The boys who marie the trip are Dickie Schutter, Junior Webber, Jack Jaeger and Meredith Morey. Dickie Schutter, Junior Webber and Jack Jaeger expect to stay at the camp for two weeks. The boys have been able to purchase needed tents for such a trip and part of -the cost of the trip through the ^sale of waste paper that they gathered and sold. The Greater West Bend club also helped the scouts out with some of the expense money. Wed in Nebnwka— Frances Marls SpreMen, daugh ter of Mr. and Mri. Jens Sorensen ot Algona, became the bride of Pvt Paul A. Wllley of Charlotte, North Carolina, son of Mr, and Mrs. Geo Willey of Algona, on Tuesday, Jul; 7, at South Sioux City, Nebr. Mr and Mrs. Harry Phillips of Algona attended thi couple in the singl ring ceremony. Senate Confirms Bradley Appointment to Bancroft Office Bancroft: President Rooslevlt made the appointment of Mrs. Fora M. Bradley as Bancroft postmistress last week and the senate confirmed this appointment Monday. AIR CONDITIONED Wed.-Thurs., July 15-16 Fri^at, July 17-18 A DEFECTIVE DETECTIVE GOES A-HAUNTING! BRENDA JOYCE JOHN Carradine Second Feature WALT DISNEY'S Delightful full-length Cartoon! iher Flashes of Nostradames "Kicking Kongo Around" IN TECHNICOLOR Plus Fun for' Entire Family Saturday Com'ms Sunday and Monday, .July 19-20 Rita Hayworth in "MY GAT, SAL," Buy War Stamps and Bonds at This Theatre SHEER DRESS SALE TOO MUCH COLD WEATHER FOR US MEANS "RED HOT" VALUES FOR YOU SIZES 12 TO 46 77 $ VOILES BATISTES • PRINTS FLOCK DOTS LrRRHHms m 'Department States Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer^and song visited with the Julius StUfler family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Pete Bangert of Ashton, visited Mrs. Bangert's mother, Mrs. Thomas Williams. Chas. B. Thatcher is in Chicago. He went as a respresentative of the Iowa State Brand Creameries'. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mikes and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mikes visited relatives at Buffalo Center over the week end. Margaret Slaven, R. N., of Fort Dodge and Mary Jane Origer visited their grandmother, Mrs. Anna J. Buttermore. Mrs. Ray Miller and daughter, Carrol Rae, and Mary Margaret, are visiting at the home iof her mother in Stacyville, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mithbach and son, DeWitt, daughter, Loa, visited Mrs. Mlmbach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeWitt Sunday. Sgt. Richard Barber came from Camp Polk, La., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber. Richard is in the medical division. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl were guests at the home of their son-in- law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gypner at West Okoboji. Miss Mildred Faber, R. N., of Rochester, Minrr., was a week end visitor with her family. She is assistant supervisor at St. Mary's hospital. Miss Ella Mae Swartfager came from Clinton, lo'wa, for a three weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartfager. She is taking nurses' training at Clinton. Elma Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Anliker, fell from a bicycle and cut her face quite badly recently. She was taken to Algona where several stitches were taken. She is now at home. Mr. and Mrs. C. Errol DeWitt and daughters, Dorothy and Darlene, and son, Charles of Bellwood, III., spent the week end with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. C. W. DeWitt and with other relatives. Mrs. Nick Mersch and daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Rhue visited their son and brother, who had a very serious operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Latest reports are that he is getting along as well as can be expected. Mrs. Martin Denninger and son, Martin, Jr., of Boston, Mass., came Sunday for a visit with her sister- ,inilaw, Mrsi Eddfe Anliker and family. Martin is in the navy as chief commissary Stewart and ia in the canal zone. Mrs. Frank Welter and daughter, Kathryn, returned home after a week's stay at Archer, Iowa. Billy Moeller, who accompanied them to Archer, remained for a longer visit. Mrs. William Clow came to West Bend with her daughter to remain for a week's visit in tne Welter home. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Harlan and Beverly of Hardy, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blair of West Bend were entertained at dinner at the Ernest Blair home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blair returned home with the Harris family for a fe'V days' visit as the former will leave for the navy reserve Monday. Mrs. Blair will live at the parental Harris home for the present. Grandpa John Helleseth was greatly surprised on his 83rd birthday when a few friends dropped in to visit him. After an evening of j visiting, lunch was served. Those i present were Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1 Ellingson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer El!- ingson, Mr. and Mrs7 Marvin Ellingson and three sons, Ole Ellingson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellingson and Darlene and Charles Block of Ottosen, Mrs. John Benjamin and Gloria of Bradgate. LOCALS Patsy McGuire of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Storm. Muribell Jacobson of Des Moines spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese und daughter, Beverly, spent Thursday and Friday in Des Moines. Orpha Meyers is spending her two weeks' vacation visiting relatives and friends at Bonaparte, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago left Monday after spending a week here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ainfahr spent Friday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nelson at Fairmont. Larry /Brennan, Triple A chairman at Emmetsburg, was in Ai- gona Monday attending to business matters. Dr. (ind Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and family spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji with Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Scan- Ian of Sheldon. Dick Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell, spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shell- myer at West Bend. Miss Joan White of Manilla, Iowa, is here for an extended visit at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Alfred Norman. Miss Joan's mother Mrs. Lillian White, is the owner and editor of the Manilla Times. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Caddis became the parents of their second child, a girl, born Monday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed nine pounds and eleven ounces and has been named Vickt Lynn». Mr. and Mrs. Gaddis are the parents of another girl, Sheryl. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and has been employed at the telephone office sines that time. The groom Is in the army and is stationed at the air base at Morris Field, North .Carolina. The new Mr. and Mrs. Willey took a short trip through South Dakota and Nebraska, after which time Mrs. Willey resumedcher duties at the telephone office and Mr. Willey returned to Morris Field. Wed in Candlelight Ceremony— Virginia Spear, daughter of V. A. Spear, became the bride of Ray Richardson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson, Sunday evening at 0 o'clock in a candlelight service at the Baptist church. Rev. F. C. Volzke performed the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Lloyd Dowd of Spirit Lake played the wedding march and Mrs. Evelyn Jenkins of Algona sang two selections. They were attended by Mildred Richardson, sister of the groom, and Robert Black. The bride was attired in a white chiffon floor length dress and her flowers were red roses. Her . attendant wore a blue chiffon floor length dress; Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the borne of the groom's parents with 40 guests present. 'The bride Is a graduate of the Algona high school with the class of 1940 and has been attending the NorBhwest Bible school at Minneapolis. The groom is also, a 1940 graduate of the Algona high school and since that time has been associated with his father at the Richardson Furniture stare. Following a week's wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson will be at home in Algona. Youth Meeting— At the regular Wednesday, Juiy 8th meeting, the Plum Creek Rural Youth elected Betty Stoffel as their representative to attend the district Rural Youth people's camp at Templar Park, on July 18 and 19; A debate was given as to whether or not horses should be used on the farm to conserve metal and fuel. The negative was presented by Andrew Miller and Paul Schrauth while the affirmatives were Eugene Drager and Mike Stoffel. Tho debate turned into an interesting discussion with all taking part, most of them In iaVdr of using traetbr Games and refreshments were 8efV ed by Lucille, Carroll and Lot Scuftham. ~!J*M, E, Circles to Meet*. . The W. S. C. S. dtcl'es of th Methodist' church will Meet Thura day, July 16. Mrs; O. tl, Clements circle will meet for a picnic" a the Call/Park at 3:30; Mrs. R. W Anderson's circle will meet for 1:15 luncheon at Mrs. W. .J Bourne's; Mrs. E. J. Herrfianson circle with Mrs. Floyd Bacon; Mrs F. E. Sawyer's' circle at a picnic at the Call Park at noon; Mrs. dim Lighter's dircle with 'Mrs. vAnna Skinner, and Mrs. A. B. Lauritzen's circle, with Mrs. Chris John son. The following circles will no hold July meetings: Mrs. E. Genrich, Mrs. Paul Danson Mrs W. C. Irelan and Mrs. T. C. Hut chlson. *' i i Wed at Webster 'city — Minnie Scheppmarr, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman Sr., of Algona, became the bride of Julius P. Studer of Wesley, on Tuesday of last week at the 'vjfeb- ster City Catholic church. Rev..F J. Freler-performed the ceremony Mrs. Studer was formerly employed at the Dreesman beaUty shop and for the past two and one-half years has owned and operated her own shop In Stratford. She will continue to operate her shop until September l,.when she will join her 1 husband at Wesley where they will ive on a farm. . .. oan Hoffman is 11— Joan Hoffman was eleven years Id Saturday and in honor: of the ccaslon entertained several friends at a one o'clock luncheon at, the Country Club. The guests were Delores Dedlin, Arlene Spilles, Bety Ditrgman, Mary Lou Iverson, Nancy Hutchison, Mary Lou McDonald, Meredith Austin, Mary Ann fimm, Laura Ann Neville, Ruth Ann Spear, Betty Harig, Jean Loss and Phil Kohlhaas. Mrs. Leo Spilles and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas as- isted Mrs. Hoffman at the countiy club. Dinner at Hotel— Mrs. Clara WJlley Glasgow of Spencer entertained at the Algona Iqtel Thursday evening, July 9. Juests were Mrs. Anna Richamicnd >ows of Washington, Pennsylvania, Miss Lucia Wallace and Mrs. Edith lutchiJson of Algona. Mrs. D. J, Mitchell was unable to attend be- ause of illness. . AH five ladies w.ere members of the Algona public school acuity in the 1880's. Mrs. Glasgow and Mrs. Dows called on Mrs, Mit- ihell later in the evening. ainchepn Wednesday at C. C.— A one o'clock luncheon followed y bridge will be held tomorrow aft- rnoon (Wednesday) at the Coun- ry Club. The committee in charge Mrs. M. G. Bourne, chairman, itrs. F. C. Sdanlan, co-hairman, Mrs. A. W. Behrends, Mrs. W. A. Barry, Mrs. Joe Bloom, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, Mrs. H. R. Cowan and Mrs. R. J.'Harrington. Bridge at Brown's— Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown entertained the members of thelr.;bridge club Saturday evening at' their home. Members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ringgenberg, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Roland, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rockey, Mr. and Mrs. BrpWn, and Mrs. ^Esther Helberg. The club does not^give prizes. Sewing Club at Muckey's— Mrs. L. S. Muckey entertained the members of the sewing club today (Tuesday) at her home. A one o'clock luncheon (was served at NOTICE The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 30, 1942, at 2 p. m., at Court House, Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following pstimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1943. E. S. KINSEY, ... County Auditor. 1 2 ,3 Expenditures for Year FUNDS •o C Ol e B CD Is o 3 a '3 .§M i-s oh "° I V 4J General $102^98 $ 96,336 $100,000 Court Expense 3,383 Poor 65,091 State Insane 11,332 County Insane County School 12,939 Soldiers' Relief 3,939 Bovine Tuberculosis 5.615 3,614 63,511 8,305 5,000 14,866 4,090 17,133 4,120 Fair Grounds 3,953 Secondary Road Funds— a. Cnst >/i mill (4644.06) 125,473 169,898 b Cnst. % mill (4644.07) (incl. in above) e. Mnt I 1 /, mill (4644.11) 142,078 176,074 d. Mnt. 3 mills (4644.11) (Incl. in above) 4,000 70,000 9,000 5,000 12,000 5,000 10,000 4,000 185,000 25,000 70,000 90,000 $ 10,000 $ 90,000 2,000 ^,000 63,000 5,000 5,000 1,000 11,000 5,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 3,000 1,000 2,000 30,000 125,000 10,000 2,000 30,000 25,000 58,000 90,000 Totals ..$476,301 $562,947 $589,000 S 47,000 $146,000 $396,000 Estimated taxes per $1,000 of assessed value $5.75. x . NOTICE The Board of Directors of the Lone Rock Ind. School Plst, Lone Rock Township Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 27,. 1942, at 8 p. m., at The Lone Rock Bank. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year (beginning. July 1, 1942, and ending June 30, 194ST. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements both oast and anticipated will be available at the hearing. B. M. JENSEN, District Secretary. 123 Expenditures for Year FUNDS ,4? •o 73 a, II *i n : General ...... . ................. • ...... 410,845 Transportation ................ 311 376 Total General Fund ........ Jll.lM «11,770 Bonds and Interest ........ $ 3,028 $ 1,788 Total Ail Purposes ....... 4W.184 $13,629 *1?A«> $3,e9Q $ 0,000 * 7,000 376 $12,525 I IfW, * 2,000 $ 1,800 $ 1,800 $14,326 $ 3,950 I 2,000 f 9,300 Secretary's Balance July 1,1942: 1. General Fund $7,690.01 a. Leas Unpaid Billa $100 3. Lesa Bal. Res 4,500 4,900.00 Net Unencumbered Sal School House Fund .......... ..$1,360.4* Eat. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value ............................................ '..$13-60 Number of persons ot school age 148 Taxable valuation, 1*12 ....$68,524.97 2,§80,Q1 iMonjpJWJ'J Credits, 1W2 ....$ 896.13 ADVANCE GUTS COMMITTEE FOR SCOUTS TO MEET The committee on advance gifts for-the "Friends of Scouting" drive tb'be, held Wednesday,' July 23, will hold ft meeting at campaign head* quarters over 1 the fowa State fiafck tonight (the 14th) according to E. C. McMahon, chairman. This committee expects to contact friends of scouting who have in the past donated in larger sums to the cause and to complete the drive on -Wednesday. ' „. Committee Members j Algona 'members of .the committee are W. A. iLoren*, A. H; Borchardt, A. B. Laurltzen, M. P. Weaver, Bill Hawcott, W. W. Sullivan, Ralph Miller, Helmuth Miller, W. A. Foster, C. R. LaBarre, Jim Pool, Bill St. Clalr, Ed Thaves and Albert GrahzoW. In Wesley, Dr. K. K. Richardson will sdrve; In Tlton- ka, Frank Clark; Lakota, I, E. Wortman; Swea City, R/oy Smith; Burt, J, D, Heaney; Lone Rock,. B. M. Jensen; Fenlon, J, A. .G. Smith; Whittemore John 'UhlenJ lake; West Bend, Dr.'I. J". Webber,' , -.'',• ' ' Mr. fthdf Mrs. 'Norbett and family wefe Sunday everting supper tfuests At the home of Hehty. Mueller- near book's lunchroom before going to the MUckey home. Bofok Club Meets- Mrs. Frances Bunting entertained he members of the Book Club Friday afternoon r at : her home. ..' , ST. JOE NEWS Mrs. Vernori Kramer underwent ,n operation for appendicitis at St. 'oseph's Mercy hospital at Forf >odge Wednesday. fiobble Reding tit Whittemofe Is spending this week' ruhrtlng the tractor on the grain binder for or- vllle and Syhrestei* Wagiief. t/lt. and Ms Ardrew Kramer are the parents of a girl barn at the K6»suth hospital on Saturday, July lith They have one other child, a boy. Irwin Fuhrmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fuhrmahn of Chicago, fofltftirly 1 eetttte a visit t*, sans a ling aftd AtlgusIA West Belief jfclufAe evening ,ffdlfi/£Wibuq>je where had been called by the ieribus ness ef Mf. Biitt&iaHflre. Mr. Sift- termore IB a brother of Mrs", Of Iger, Mr*. ddlHfts urd Miss Buttermofe. Mr. and Mrs. Orlger and stsns also- , visited/ at the Anton Mess howe ift Dubuque. Mrs. Hess is ft slater of Mr. Origer. HAIL INSURANCE L. S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Over 8. A I* Store Owr 1,000 CMS Insured Through This Office ; CALL THEATRE pier line OF an T/IHI / 60NE WIT THE WIND >'" IN TitHttitatan SI<»M^ CLAMK CABLE VIVIEH HIGH BlitiifcHAVIUAND 1I91II HOWARD NEW LOW PRICES! • EXACTLY AS SMOWN PREVIOUSLY i.v/ii I muuus riiitrUKMANGES. • Matinee - Night Children, 18c Children, 18c Adults, 40c Adults, 60c Prices Include tax CHRISTENSEN'S Begins Wednesday, July 15 Prices have taken a nqse dive for this important sale—spring and summer fashions at genuine clearance prices. COATS and SUITS AT CLEARANCE PRICES J Values to $29.75—Clearance ,.L\ _/ $22.95 Values to $25.00—Clearance '_______ $f7JIJ Values to $19.95—Clearance SI3.95 Values to $17.95—Clearance...... ,____._ SI 1.95 Values to $15.00—Clearance $ 9 £5 DRESSES Values to $6.50 Washable 'Rayon Prints also plain light and dark colored crepes. Both regular and out sizes. These should go quickly., ' DRESSES $795 Values to $15 ..••irw Good looking dresses all of them! Printed jersey— pastel meshes and crep'es. All sizes. An outstanding group of Jate style dresses. DRESSES $< Values to 19,95 Many of our better dresses— a grand collection of distinctive styles — included are printed jersey and crepe both one piece and jacket styles PLAY TOGS Two and three piece play dresses— cottons, spuns and French Crepes, To $4.95 values, now ,_ — _ ----To $6.95 values, now ' ___ ,.„ __ „„ To $8,95. values, now __ _____ -.. $3.69 .»4.9$ 6.95 SUMMER HATS Summer straws. Buy, that extra hat how! Clearance Price. 98c Special Values on Floor "Quaker" 40"x2K yds. J ' ri Clearance Price 79c sizes 12 to 20 Clearance Price BEDSPREADS Full doubie bed size e Price Use Our LAY-AWAY Plan 90 New Fall Co*U iw

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