The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 21, 1943
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fche AJgdftfc typpe* Des M-iflei, AlgeM, ftwa, -faa 31, 1S48 FENTON 4-H CLUB SELLS $696.50 IN F6ht6ft! The Fentbn Forward 4-tt club ; met Saturday afternoon wtth fieverly SchuUe. Nfhc members, the leader, Mrs. Will Weisbrod; the fljjlstaftt leader, Ruth Dreyer and a 1 guest Evelyn kuecker, Were present. Roll call was "Hints on Hosiery Care." Dorothy Dteyer gave a final report on -the bond and stamp campaign. The club sold $71.50 in stamps and $626.00 In bonds. A vote of thanks was extended to H. H. Dreyer and Alvlna for loaning money to start the stamp cam. palgn. 'A committee was appointed to collect old silk hose. The Committee consists of Phyllis and Marian Gade and Dorothy Dreyer. A demonstration on a "Wool Patch" ••was given by Dorothy Dreyer. Poetry was given by Ethel Weisbrod. A demonstrat'on, ''Let's Everybody Manicure" by Phyllis Gade and Ruth Dreyer. Lunch was Served by Mrs. Schulte and Beverly. The next meeting will be with Bet* Holldorf, AttMY NtmSE, VlSttS HEBE Mr. and Mrs. Marry Phillips, Mrs. Gall Haaae of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bill and Gary of this vlc'.nlty and Second Lieut. Mynrre Haase who Is stationed at New York, called on Mrs. Clifford Haase and children at the R. F. Laabs home, Sunday aft- erhdon and were supper guests at the Herman Gade home. The Harry Haasse were evening callers. Second Lieutenant Haase, who Is In the army nurse corp, goes on a ship from -New York to Africa, that brings back wounded soldiers. Her ship arrived there Chr'atmas Eve .and she spent a day and a half with her brother, Corp. Clifford Haase on board the ship. She arrived In Algona Saturday morning on a short furlough and left there Tuesday night. The regular meeting of the Community was held Monday night by li»vlng a pancake supper at the Zumach <;afe. Twenty-five were present. the Saturday ftfterftoofi bridge club met with 'Mrs. Webber Yager. Mrs. Freelove Wel-bfod won high' score honors and Mr*. P. H. Jenson, second h!.gh. Mfs. Amos Fih- nestad played for an absent member. Schools, public; parochial and rural, closed Monday and Tuesday due to blocked roads and below zero weather. Smallest crowds in years, In church services Sunday. Ono Sunday rural carrier was out from 10:30 to 8:00 and delivered 12 papers. No train Monday. Mr. and (Mrs. H. H. Dreyer recently bought the house belonging to Fred Dau and the John Geitzenauer family of near Lone Rock have rented the house and will take possession March first. Mr. Dau is making his home with his daughter, Mrs, John Ruhnlte and family. Car of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the k'.ndly help and the beautiful floral offerings during the illness and death of our beloved mother. Edward Shackleford Mrs. Nina Norman. 3* 5u NCI tfOAK STORES YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JANTTABY 22 and 23 Superb WHITE CREAM STYLE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CORN ESCALLOPED CORN WITH RICE chopped 1 cup SUPERB Country Gentleman Corn % cup cooked rice 1 tablespoon Pimiento y 4 cup grated cheese , 1% tablespoons melted butter Salt, pepper, bacon •1 tablespoon chopped green pepper Mix thoroughly all ingredients except baeon. Place in buttered casserole. Place bacon on top. Bake % h °ur in moderately hot oven. 2 NO. 2 CANS LARGE SWEET PRUNES Big, sweet, new crop Prunes that help conserve sugar. COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS ROUND STEAK SHORT CUT STEAKS, Ib. 39c SIRLOIN STEAK, Ib. ... .39c HOLLAND HERRING 5 Found * I 1 Tin ... vl-l SUMMER SAUSAGE SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound ....19c PIOKLE & PIMENTO LOAF, Pound 32c MACARONI & CHEESE LOAF, Lb. 32c Fresh Smoked WIENERS . Ring Liver SAUSAGE 220 BEEF MASTS Pabsi-eH American and Pimento Pkg., I9c ENGLISH WALNUTS Bright, sweet, new crop California Nuts with soft shells. FIItST PIIIZE MEALY BEANS, 2 Lbs. MACiABONI and SPAGHETTI, 2 Pounds QUICK and 11EGULAB I'OUND ORIGINAL BAG flATO R I'OUND UA I dl 9 noun-Boss « m . WHEAT CEREAL, Pkg. 140 "8UBE FIEE" MATCHES, 6 Delicious Wholesome GELATIN DESSERT can be easily made in any of the 7 popular flavors without added sugar. NANCY ANN "Enriched" iBREAD HOT FROM OUR OVENS EVERY DAY Big 24-oz. FamUy Size H Loaf .... 11C (iy_ Pounds) There's no shortage of bread in America! You can have delicious NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD at every meal. It's your dependable source of health-giving vitamins. You'll like this perfect golden brown loaf with its flaky crust, its rich, different flavor! Buy it in the economical . family size loaf. For health and vitality, enjoy NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD at least 3 times a day, Sold Only at ^ Council Oak Stores MA BROWN "Enriched by Nature" Whole Wheat Bread ^ CITRUS FRUITS Eat plenty of Citru» Fruit* when cold? are prevalent—see our dUplay of juicy Nave! Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemon* & Tangerine,. SPITZEHBERG APPLES, 3 Pounds CREEK TOP CARROTS, Bunch SWEET YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Lbs, , .Me NORTHERN CABBAGE, Pound .....,,, 40 "FR8SKIES" DOG FOOD A Complete Food for a regular diet. Directions on package, 2 Pound! Af w Carton _L f 6 MILLIR'1 CORN FLAKIS 2 Pkgt. I5c ?er BUEST WOW ,,.... %»V CAMAY Toilet Soap 2 0<*es.. 13c IVORY riWrl!% ISMS' LAUNDRY v SOAP 6 Giant «7_, Cakes.. 4f C WEST BEND HOLDS METO. TO URGE FLAX INCREASE West Bend: The West Bend Elevator company and the vocational agricultural department held a meeting In the Legion hall Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. The purpose of th'« meeting was to encourage the farmers of this vicinity to increase the production of flax for war purposes, the state Is asked :o make arr Increase of 28 per cent over last year's acreage. Ed Mitchell spoke on the growing of flax. Cooperating wtth him will be the local agricultural instructor, the county agent and S. J. Oberhauser of the Milwaukee railroad's agricultural department. The latest methods on how to grow flax and treat It was shown to the farmers. At the close of the meeting lun.:h was served. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker spent Sunday with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lowman at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Balgeman and Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Rein-en spent Sunday at the Ernest Bleuer home near Rodman. Mrs. Nels Johnson came from Des Moines Thursday for a week's visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffert received a letter from, their son, Wm. F., saytag he Is located at Camp Babler, Centour Station, Mo. Master Jlmmle Vohs sprained his ankle while playing at school on Thursday. He Is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Vohs of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman and two children went to Anlteny to visit at the Wm. Heller home. Mr. Heller is still in a serious condition. Mrs. Herman Ludwig and two daughters left last week for San Pedro, Calif., to join her husband who went there several weeks ago to work !-n a defense plant. August Roggow arrived home on Sunday. He went to Chicago the first part of September and secured a job on a boat hauling ore and has been working there since. Mrs. Arnold Wilderman and her daughter, Jean Marie, left Friday evening for Long Beach, Calif. Her husband went there several weeks ago and is working in a defense plant. Pictures of the local boys who are in the armed forces are to be displayed in the Vohs drug store for the duration of the war. They were On display in the Pertl Cafe temporarily. Corp. Duane Anderegg of Roswell, New Mexico, and Mrs. Robert Lee and son, Robert of Wisconsin ar- arrived Monday for a vistt at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Anderegg. Miss Wilhelmina Harms has accepted a contract to teach the first grade In the Ayrshire school for the balance of the year. Mrs. Geo. J. Elbert has taken her place <is teacher in Whittemore District No. 7. •.:•-.. '• • - ' - •••• - ' hundred. High prize was won by Mrs. Zelma Clark. Other prf-es were wdn 'by Mrs. Matcla Berry-hill and Mrs. Maxlne Hauek. The January committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained the guild at the town hall on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Zlgrang was chairman of the group. The following ladles are on the committee Mrs. F. Conley, Mrs. Louis Behounek, Miss Kate Farrell, Miss Elizabeth Devlne, Mrs. Betty Porter, Mrs. Matt Kellner, Mrs. Guy Stpddard, Mrs Richard Thode, Mrs. 'Sylvester Fuhrmann and Mrs. George Davis. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent in sewing for the Red Cross. QUARTERLY STATEMENT Summary of Proceedings School District of Algona Independent Township of Algona, county of Kossuth, for the quarter ending December 31, 1942. General Fund Balance from previous quarter $12,572.24 Received during this quarter 32,815.73 Warrants drawn during this quarter 20,157.76 Balance at end of this quarter 25,230.21 School House Fund. Balance from previous quarter . —$17,744.13 Received during this quarter 5,000.00 Warrants drawn during this quarter 5,890.89 Balance at end of this quarter 16,853.24 List of Warrants of Previous Quarter. School House Fund—Disbursements. County Treasurer $ 24.64 Iowa Des Moines Nat'l Bank 341.25 Iowa State Bank 5498.75 Merchants Nat'l Bank— 17.50 Security State Bank ... 8.75 Total ' $ 5890.89 General Fund—Disbursements. Advance Pub. Co 17.13 Algona Food Market — 2.60 Algona Flour and Feed- 39.12 Algona Ice Cream Factory 12.34 Algona Laundry 42.2C Algona Skelgas 18.26 Algona Upper Des Moines 5.14 A m e r i c an Education Press 10.58 American Library Ass'n 2.00 M. J. Barry— 1.00 Barker Drug Co. 49.48 Ezra Blanchard 7.5( Blossom Ins. Agency — 77.31 Blue Star Products 1.1' Frances Bone 3.75 Botsford Lumber Co 118.0; Brodhead-Garrett 1.29 Bureau Educational Research 4.91 Calif. Test Bureau 3.91 Central Scientific Co. .. 1.55 City of Algona 568.39 Phillip Wilsorc was a business caller in Miller, South Dakota, recently. \Mr. and Mrs. John Hintz of -Eagle Grove visited Sunday with their daughter, Mrs Calvert Johnson. Mr. and Mrs Glen Schultz are spending a week or ten days vfait- ing -with friends in St. Louis, Mo. Frank Hoffman attended the funeral of W, Wier at Gilmore City Friday. Mr. Wier was supervisor until recently. iLouis Bordwell who has been stationed art the army at Denver, Colo., has been tranferred to Louisville, Ky. He is in the medical corp. A baby girl was 'born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McEntaffer at Elgin, HI. Mrs. McEntaffer was formerly Cleora TMlson of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul received ord that their son, Richard, who left for the army the first pai t of January is now located at Miami, Fla, Staff Sergeant DeVere Holmes, who has been visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Harold Frederick left Friday for his duties at 'Fort Custer, Michigan. Mrs. Lucy TMlson returned on Thursday from Elgin, 111.,, where she spent several weeks visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Delmar McEntaffer, Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Mueller were called to Arson, Iowa, Tuesday by the serious illness of Mrs. Mueller's sister. Word was received here that she passed away. Van Hiserodt received word that his half-brother, Chauncey Hiserodt died at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Flor.'da. He is survived by two daughters. He was 70 years of age. No particulars have been received. The Woman's. Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Charles Jennings on Wednesday afternoon. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent in sewing for the Red Cross. A group of friends and relatives of Mrs. Darlene Butrick held a, pink and -blue shower at the town ball on Friday afternoon in her honor. The afternoon was spent in play* ing five hundred. She was presented with .some fine g.'fta. Esther Larson was hostess to the Waltber League of (he Lutheran church at the town ball on'Thurs- day evening. After the business meeting and lesson a social evening was spent. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the evening . Mrs. Martha #}ng entertained the Past Matron's club at the home of Mrs. Doris Olson Friday afternoon. After the business meeting the afternoon was spent in playing 9v? Kohlhaas Hardware __- lt.03 \ H. Kurtz Co. 4.02 Laing & Muckey 1.17 Little Technical Library 2.&0 Macmillaft Co. _- 9.42 McCorml-k-Mathers Co. 4.61 McGraw-Hill Co. 2.46 McKinley Pub. Co. 10.68 Mrs. E. C. McMahon... 8.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. 121.68 Mid-Bell Music Co. 9.00 Mid-West Debate Bureau — 5.22 Miller-Bryant - Pierce. _ 1836 Mrs. Geo. M. Miller — 3.65 Mrs. H. W. Miller 60,00 Modern Dry Cleaners..- 9.20 Mrs. Evelyn Moore 11.25 L. C. Nichols 1.25 N. W. Bell Telephone .. 54.83 S. Norton & Son 842.67 A. J. Nystrom — - 13.83 Occupations Magazine -- 3.50 F. A. Owen Pub. 15.00 A. N. Palmer Co. 1.93 Parents Magazine 3.50 Petty Cash - 36.85 Mrs. E. V. Pierce 44.00 Post Dray & Transfer__ 25.45 Pratt Electric 24.93 Rand McNally 12.35 Reid-Way Corp. 2.95 Theo. B. Robertson — 35.68 Row, Peterson & Co 20.82 Scott, Foresman Co. — 1.71 Silver Burdette Co. 12.05 Mrs. Earl Sprague — - 6.00 Sorensen Grocery __ 16.39 Standard Oil Co. 2.04 Mrs. G. W. Stillman _._ 4.00 Glen Strayer 11.50 Webster Pub. Co. 19.84 W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. — 12.89 Paul Wendell Music Co. 24.90 Claud White — —. 44.00 Karl Willasson 6.50 Wilson Bakery Co. 4.16 H. W. Wilson Co. 1.00 World Book Co. 13.73 Total ...$3,347.27 Salaries 16,810.49 Ailment of Fentcm Girl Baffle* Medic* Fentbn:, Clara -Bierstedt, small daughter of the Clarence Bierstedts who has been 111 s'.nce Sept. 8th, was taken again to Rochester, a week ago last Thursday for radium treatment. Kahle* _B»L.-_. are with her. Clara, has .been a puzzling one, Was taken to ftocheflter m S-ptt has since been a patleht at Mi dty, Iowa City and Algona, ftMd The Want Ada-tt t»&y_. Total $2,0157.76 I, Leora K. St. John, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board cj said District for the quarter ending December 31, 1942. LEORA K. ST. JOHN, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January, A. D. 1943. (Seal) FLORA I. TISS, Notary. Suited H. Coleman Mrs. Henry Cook Bert Cronan Dau Garage Decker Brothers Demco Library Supplies Dutch's Super Service- Mrs. W. K. Ferguson— Follett Pub. Co. Ed Fosnaugh Ben Franklin Store Funk & Deim Ginn & Co. Globe Machine Co. Graf Apsco Co. Greenberg Auto Supplies Mrs. John Haggard W. L. Heerdt H. S. Activity Fund ... Inor Publishing Co. Institute for Research ._ Internat'l Business Machine 54.04 P. R. Irons 40.72 Iowa Band Instr. Service 1.50 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle — 189.15 Johnson Service Co. ... 22.89 Klipto Loose-Leaf 2.30 Koch Brothers 8.03 4.45 11.25 30.98 3.00 25.53 10.90 1.54 16.00 1.32 7.50 1.63 22.61 . 14.65 25.70 2.99 3.75 6.00 18.00 205.14 1.23 7.50 This Cold Stormy Weather is the Ideal Time to Get to Work on Your INCOME TAX Troubles Have LONERGAN help you. McEnroe Bldg. If Your FAT CATTLE are ready, would ap- prefcilate a call from you.' N, J, BROWN Cattle Buyer f^r $eo, A, Honnel & Co, W«l be at Hotel Algona, Al- week elf J«m. 26, first 4 and every other week. Of drop a. card- Lawkeeper that suits you-and your suitors! New one-button Shetland with wide lapels, short jacket - and no regulation on fit. New Allied colors. $22.75 Kresensky's How Much Does Dreaded MASTITIS 0(i9 fp S(r«f fococcvt Agalacliae COST YOU IVIRY YiAR Her« U ftood new* for every farmer who ha* Mattiti* In bl» herd. About ninety per cent of «U M**tJtit, or Garget. I* caused by Streptococcus sftalactiae. The new dtocov- ery, Beebe G,-I*c, CTyrothrtsta) consht* of Gramicidin and Tyrqcldln. Beebe G-Lac »top» the action of Streptococci!*' afcOac- Uae. II Ma»tlt4», due; to tbU mlcrob*. ta cutting )ato your tnllfc production ,., If your best dairy cow* are In danger—_ct now I Gief Beebe f»-Lac. You'll be «mar«d t ther**Hlti. B*eb*G-U« t*e*»y t» inject -" »g»Uctl».,) rob yOM of your ebeG-£« today. at Kresensky's Rayon Hosiery Successes RolRay - Futuray $100 pair : You can't say these new hose are not beauties. They are sheer —they fit and give exceptfonal wear—we have three different numbers at $1, one each from Rollins, Goham Gold Stripe—and Belding Corticelli—new colors—in short, medium, and. long lengths, also slims. Specially Priced Hose Semi-Fashioned Rayon O Hose, service weight _ V pair Seamless Rayon Hose, A .''bare leg" extra sheer,______.__ L pair ,• ) Pull fashioned rayon hibse, cotton A 162 top and foot, irregulars .tpair I Kresensky's / 27 Ladies Coats &7 Ladies Dresses 4 Ladies Suits 32 Wash Dresses On Sale Thursday at This is a grand opportunity to save. There are fleece coats, tweed coats, fur trimmed coats, wool dresses, rayon crepe dresses, colored dresses, black dresses, and spun rayon novelty dresses. You will find all sizes represented here. Come early, Self Selection It will be necessary wore and more this that you select your own merchandise, Sizes prices will be marked plainly and you can own dresses or coats. Then you won't feel oblige^ tflilj buy if you are not completely satisfied. RmR*Wlp(iNiil|fBm-ll wl

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