The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1942 · Page 3
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The Algona ITpp^r Pea Moines, AJgona, Iowa, Aug. 26,1942 "BMtW B«IM IM Blowtofl • G.U" Gehl Stokers are built to give you clean, even heat day and night for more years at lower cost. Rust-resisting, long-lasting heavy cast chassis, instead of sheet steel; auto-type transmission, fuel-saving air governor; Minneapolis-Honeywell controls and many other advantages. Hopper or Bin-fed models to fit any size or type heating plant. Inspection and estimate free. Come in and see them. Laing & Muckey North Dodge St. Phone 464 EGGS? A well balanced ration yields the most egg*. That's why you'll profit by feeding Swift's Egg Mash with your home-grown grains. It supplies everything hens need for heavy egg production—ar low costl Vitamins A, B, D, * O and K... calcium, phosphorus, manganese and essential trace minerals... highest quality animal and vegetable protein. Proved on thousands of farms—Swift's Egg Mash will give you maximum yields of hard •helled, quality, table and hatching eggs. Get it today at your local Swift & Company plant or nearest buying station. SWIFT & COMPANY ? DAIRY ft POULTRY PLANT PER CWT. $&&m&^^ Attention Balers Annqtinci|ig the opening of our yard *4 mile north of Efemietsburg for Good Quality Baled Flax Straw At least 8 inches in length, dry, and reasonably free of foreign material On Monday, August 24 Baled combined"straw $6.50 per ton delivered. Baled threshed straw run over shaker $6.00 pel- ton delivered. Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. Minneapolis, Minn. ' With field office at St. James, MUut. Address' correspondence for sale of straw to ourselves at Emmet^bungf, Iowa. Own The Stoker That's Really Different GEHL Country School Bell Soon to Ring KOSSUTH RURAL TEACHERS START WORK NEXT WEEK Ninety-five of County's 113 Districts Supplied with Teacher^ as of Aug. 17th Report According to reports received at time temnins to got co*l buying, out of. of th* tttntportttjon crisis tbit /*//->• to mult* sure enough eo*J it fforwf, // you- 't, ordwd-b, jt9i *» it trtwt ~"~ Superior Block Coal Offers QUAUTY PLUS! It has o»9 of ftl^ lowest aah contwts —Jess thftu » bwsliel per ton, Tbat weans erio? Block fe ftlpQpi ajl he^taflg elem§n Jong lasting, powerful beating fuej, Tou'U like til'e way it WWRifees fujmsoe wdtog^ its e0o&oiwy«4toe sipei^pp satlsfftatipn It gives you; Guayanteed to pjea^e! F; S, Norton & Son the County Superintendent of School office 95 of the. 113 rural districts in the county have been supplied with teachers. However, when rural schools open next week no doubt every place will toe filled, acordlng to Superintendent Lauritzen. Following are the school districts which ^are supplied: Buffalo—No. 7, Mrs. Leo Blelch, Westey; 8, Ethel Flom, Wesley; 9, Dorothy Hoover, Burt. Burt—<No. 2, Betty Marlow, Lone Rock; 4, Vivian Volentine, Burt. Cresco—No. 1, Marjorie Turner, Algona; 2, Ruth Butts, Algona; 3, Donnabelle Inslflo, Bode; 4, Donna Dooley, Algona; 5, Leona Halverson, Algond. Eagle—No. 2, Minerva McChesney, Forest City. Fenton—No. 5, Marie Mitchell, Fenton; 7, Eva Kracht; 9, Myrtle Hanna, Fenton, iGarfield^No. 1, Gladys Schneider, West Bend; 8, Mae Van Buskirk, Ottosen; 5, Jesse Van Buskirk, Ottosen. German—No. 1, Dole-res Donnelly, Buffalo Center; 2, May Edwards, Buffalo Center; 4, Myrtle Peterson, Tifonka; 5 Anna And rews, Titonka; 7, HaJttie Johnson Buffalo Center; 8, Mary C. Oester reicher, Titonka; 9, Dorothy Pen ning, Titonka. •Harrison—No. 2, (Lorene Trenary Swea City. Hebron—Nlo. 1, Esther Anderson Buffalo Center; No. 2, Arlle Pet erson, Buffalo Center; 3, Feme Olt hoff, Lakota; 4, Ruth Reed, El more, Minn; 6, Norma/ Sterenberg Buffalo Center; 5, Wilbur Kresch Elmore, Mirni. Irviington—Myrtle Jordan, Lu Verne; 2, Ellen Raney, Algona; < Helen iLemkee, Irvington; 7, El eanio-r Fraser, Algona; 8, Helen Schulz, Irvington; 9, Mrs G. L. Ol son, Wesley. (Lincoln—No. 1, Ada Vaagan, Buf falo Center; 2, Faye Olthoff, Lako ta; 5, Clara Osland, Buffalo Cen ter; 7, Cleo Stubbe, Ledyard. (Letts Creek—No. 1, Ida Bernau Lone Rock; 3, Mildred Neilseir, Fen ton; 4, Dorothy- Reid, Algona; £ Mildred Elmore, Algicna; 6, Lucill Kuecker, Algona; 7, Marian Knoll Lone Rock; 8, Loretta Fandel, o Whittemore. Plum Creek—No. 2, Nadine Mann, Burt; 4, Sharon Mann, Burt 5, Mdbel Kubly, Algona; 6, Dorothy McNeill, Algona; 9, Lucille Cal houn, Algona. \ (Portland—No. 1, Hattie Hulter strum, Minneapolis; -3, Harriet Bea man, Britt; 6, Catherine Wolf Burt; 7, Mabeline Miller, Burt; 8 Mary Fraser, Algona. iPrairie—No. 2, Carol Stuart, Wesley; 3, Rita Wingert, Wesley; 4 Sr. Mary Carlna, St. Benedict; 8 Mary Wingert, Wesley. (Ramsey—No. 2, Catherine Rahe Bancroft; 6, Edna Donjte, Lakota; 7, Darlene Hlgglns, Titonka. Riverdafle—No. 1, Dorothy Steven, Algona; 6, Augusta Buttemore, West Bend. Sherman—No. 2, Helen McMahon, Algiona; 3, Helen Leigh, Irvington; 5, Anna B. Murray, Lu- Verne; 6, Mrs. Kenneth Whitney, LuVerne; 7, Betty Miller, Livermore. Springfield—(No. 1, Joyce Johnson, 'Elmore; 3, Fern Stenzel, Elmore. (Union—No. 1, Ethel Wolf, Spirit Lake; 2 Neva Albright, Algona; 3, Grace McNelll, Algona; 4, Evelyn Johnson, Algona; 5, Carol Jackman Lone Rock; 6, Lois Galrdner, Algona; 7, Clara Shilta, Algona. j wea ^-No. 3, August Grendler, Armstrong; p, Beryl Hyler, Swea City. Wesley—No. 3, Helen Paetz, Algona; 4, Frederica Glrres, Wesley; 8, Alice Thorsen, Ottosen. /Whittemore—No. 1, Marcelle Fandel, Whittemore; 2, Marie Brandaw, Algona; 5, Fae Vail Buskirk, Ottosen; 7, Wilhelmina Harms, West Bend. ILuVerne—No, 4, Freda Boga, Hardy; 5, Berdie Schulz, Irvlng- fcs-n; 7, Doris Keister, Irvington; 6, Anna Genrlch, LuVerne. the Henry Zeimet, Jr., home. Mrs Zclmct and Sister Mareellta ar sisters, Sister M. Phyllis and Sister M Alda arrived here Thursday from Mount St. Francis Convemt Du buque for a visit with relatives ant friends. Sister Alda is the former Florence Thilges, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges This Is her first visit home since she entered the -convent. Sister Phyllis is the former Helen Reding an aunt of Sister Alda, (Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and son, Bob of Whittemore to Chicago to visit with Mr. and Mrs, Cletus Reding and Mary Jane Reding who had 'been transferred from Washington, D. C., where they had been employed. Cletus and Mary Jarre ar.e son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reding. Mrs. Cletus Red- ingipl'ans to return home with them. IMrs. Math Faber, Mrs. Charles Plathe, Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and Mrs. Delmar Pl'athe went to tho Mrs. Frances Wieskamp home in Algorra on Thursday afternoon, August 6th, to help Mrs. Wieskamp celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Wieskamp returned to her home in Algona aften spending a little over ;wo years caring for Mrs. Mary Fuhrmann. Mrs. Fuhrmann passed away on July 30th. Greenwocd — No, 8, chinson, Lone Rock. Esther Hut- ST. JOE NEWS FORMER BURT GIRL WEDS SOLDIER IN ILLINOIS, AUG. 8 Burt: Glernia Ruth Worden, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Worden, Hampton, former Burt farmers, was married Aug. 8, at Mineral, 111., to P. F. C. Harcld McGinnis, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McGinnis of Sheffield Iowa. The bridegroom -is in the army and after s short honeymoon he returned to Fort Dix, N. J., where he is stationed while the bride returned to her home near Hampton and will resume her work in the Morgan township schools this fall. •R. J. Nealy was a Dea Moines visitor last Wednesday. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf last Thursday afternoon. IA group of neighbors had a picnic in Mrs. J. G. Thaves 1 yard on Thursday evening. „ Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Hampton, called on the A. H. Meinzers, Thursday. Lynna Jealn Carter spent last week with her friend, Carol Stainbrook, near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schafer are parents of a son, born Friday afternoon, Aug 21, at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. W. R. Carney spent last week at the home of her daughter Falls Thursday to spend the weel near Graettlnger. The iFidelis Sunday School clasi meets Wednesday afternoon, Aug 26 with Mrs. W. B. Officer. Lurena Wessel is assisting hostess. /The Warren Polhemus family, St ouis, Mo., visited 'last week a the home of Mr. Polhemus' parents Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. A group of children were en tertained at the Albert Manns home Friday afternoon in honor of Helen Manus' fifth birthday. Ed Weiske had a vacation from hid wlc-rk at 'the creaimery \laf) week. He and his son, Dale, spen a few days .fishing at Spirit Lako Clayton Schrader left Wednesday for Fort Leavenworth. Kansas after a short furlough at home before beginning sejrvjice in th<e army. Lucille Wenthe, who has taught the primary gra*des here the pas! two or three years, has resignec to accept a position in the! state of Nevada. Myron Sanderson left Wednesday for Seattle, Washington, where he Is employed. He was called here by the death of his mother, Mrs, E. C. Sanderson. The Presbyterian Mite Society meets Wednesday afternoon, Aug, 26, at the church. Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mrs. Floyd Duncan and Mrs. W. H. Vogel are hostesses. (Mary Ann Smith went to Cedaf end with friends, Jimmy Smith, who has been taking military raining at Coe College this summer, returned home Saturday for Ralph Bormann, son of Mr, and Mrs. Nick Bormann,'fell 1 from a hay rack last week and fractured big eg, He is confined to his bed far ;wo weeks with a large cast on his leg--- .;:/.: '.-- . The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ThUges was baptized Cy* ril Larry last Sunday by Father 3eo, Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Borinann and Cyril T '-" ner, Mr, and Afro. Joseph Becker, Jr., are the parents of a girt bom at the St, Joseph's Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge Saturday, August 8th. The Beckers h,a. ve one other child, also Sir?. ilfred Becker bad the tune last w«e.fc to 'break his wrist a«d W aj« fete right wrist, h<«J been hsmWng bundles Private Alvte . , 1 to MJlMUsripP* TvMftf after « ajbort,flutew*» i»i |9 ftttend &» ftjg«»*• gf te, in __..» _.*_*.«. «H*V ni« WWW !**? =-«W*. 9*JW* few weeks 1 vacation. Mrs. Kenneth May and son, Jimmy and her neighbors, Mrs, George Yrlght, Mrs. Drusllla Viswold, and Mrs. Joe Carney and Ruth Ann, all of Emmetsburg, were dinner guests rhureday at 'the .J O. Sewick home. iA skating party in honor of Raymond Nelson, was held at Titonka Friday evening, Raymond,'who is stationed at Camp Claiborne, La., •is spending a week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, H. V. Dickens, of Diagonal, and their daughter, Vera, of lift, Ayr who is Ringgold county superintendent, left Tuesday after spending a couple of days here at the homo of their daughter, Mrs. W. B. Officer. Richard Perry ajid Richard Dorman, LOB Angeles, Calif., spent Tuesday night at the O, W. Patterson home, fthey were on their way to Washington, D, O. .Mr. Perry is a brother of the Patter- eons' daughter's husband. The Friendly Neighbors gathered at Mm. J; & Sehraedeir'f home on 'yussd.ay afternoon for a party in honor of h^ birthday. Tlje sew- Ing tfrete sWs <?e}ebrated her birthday flit the meeting with. Mr*. C, S. Coffin Thursday afternoon. TN Sgy, W«H* pfaelps and Jiy 0* fflMrtCTQB.tv CtowAi Ml*i ftpd[ ifni* Qf I^pSjfpff. Iltonka I*. H- T^mriflla. and the H&v aiid A£PB. H. *'w«iWMi"w JC9%9 'FT" TrW* *9"T*P <fv^•§• *•* pj||n V979 ^IttpgjT jgrttJ69tfl eyenluw at the F. O, Stow 'JKBfc' W U*& ?• ?^ $**"" BASt fltf|<| |3M99t9M« UNION MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS MEET SEPT. 10 Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will hold Its first meeting of the new club year at the -home of Elizabeth Kohl on Thursday afternoon, Bept 10. Mrs. Nellie Jenkinson is the new club president and Mrs. Mary Sarchrt is the new secretary. Dues will bo payable and the new club books will be given out. •Kathryn Bode spent most of last week with her sister, Mrs. A. W Lindsley, at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Melvin Rieken and daugh- ter.spent last week with Mrs. Rieken s mother who lives a short distance from Ames. h ^ r- ?"£ •¥•"• Harv ey Kohl and mby of St. Paul were guests from ast Friday over the week end at the George Kohl home. , The Busy Bee club was enter- :ainpd last Ofy-iday by Winifred Long at a regular meeting. The next meeting will be held August 28th with Dorothy Scott. "Buddy" and Margaret Heerdt will spend this week with their aunt, Mrs. Dale Blair, and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Bolin, all of Granada, Minn. •Mrs. Camilla Eirgstrom was the hostess to the W. S. O. S. of Good Jope church at her homo last Wednesday afternoon. The ladles' chicken supper to be held was discussed and the date set for Sept. th. r Audrey, daughter icf Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, will leave on Sept. 20th to enter Coe College She will take a scientific course >reparatory to a nurses' trainin°- ourse at Rochester later on. She s a this year's graduate of the Algona high school. Swea-Eagle News /Kenneth Isaacson has been very II the past week with the mumps. Mrs. .Andrew Berg visited the ast week with Mrs. Clara Carter t Fairmont, Minir. Ruth Anderson recently signed a contract to teach at Burt this coming school year. Lucille Berg accepted a position recently to teach junior high at Webster City. Mrs. Frank Shipley left a week ago for Pierre, S. D., called there by the serious illness of her mother. 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Get paid for it on the spot Bring your family Spend the day Meet your friends JUNK MAKES FIGHTING WEAPONS One old disc will provide acrapstecl needed for 2 lOsemi- automatic light carbines. One old plow will help make one hundred 75-mm, armor-piercing projectile*. One useless old tire provides as much rubber as U used in One old shovel will help make 4.hf«4 grenades. Let's Jolt them with J from ALGONA f v*. Me Yaw Scrap Metal and Rubber to Any of the BRADLEY BROS, KQW^courtV

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