The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1943 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1943
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Mrs. Earl BlaMey returned on llo Buftlngtdtt, Lunch Was served Wednesday from Clear Lake where at a late hour by the Hostess. she had been visiting her daugh- and MM. Jim Hanson and Wd had gone t6 the Martin DeyeM, Buft, unday tt get M« ter, Mrs. Gordon Kelson and fam- children of Ankony arrived Saturday to visit at the Mrs. Bertha Cal- SfcW and « Hftlf, na«L« tL*.*ixff*wi ^ali a* «1tit&4iK rtvk position at a oneefB ,iac Raymond Rlcklefs of Des Molnes Jim recently hurt his , otratz and ft&f 6f Patratf affd daughter 1 , Lol*. , were iftafaMed thei-e ufttil dh who enlisted the first part of Dec- back while working and was not Tuejday because at! roads. NEW SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR TAKES OVER T1TONKA JOB Tltonka: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taff'of Swea City took ov«r the switchboard (Monday morn'.ng Mrs. Dayle Craven will visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George tTohnsotr .near AJgona and Mfiss JJlIle Tapper went to her parental florae, the Joe H. Tappers. She has oeen assistant operator the past five months. Myrtle Johnson is asslst?.ng at the board now. Mr. and Mrs. Harm ICettwick were Sunday guests at the Warner Bee.t- Itcns, Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henty Plalsler. Dorothy Gruls who is employed at ; Waterloo, spent the week end with home folks. jMr. and Mrs - Frank Fisher and children were guests at the Fred Kalstorfs in Britt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner and children, Grace and Ellsworth, were Algona business callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Eden and Sylvia were Sunday dinner guests at the O. J. Petersons at Crystal Erwin Brandt returned Sunday from the Domage hospital where ine recently underwent an appendectomy, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Mrs. Wayne Miller and Mrs. Robert Lang were at Mason City on busi- siess Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Honkcn and Robert of Buffalo Center were Saturday evening guests of Mrs. JUvm Honken and sons. I ember and is attending radio school there, spent the week end here with friends. /George Rlppentrop and lola and Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats and Kenneth were Sunday evening callers at the John K. Rtp- pentrop, Sr. home. Mr. ,aird Mrs. Howard French left Wednesday to attend the state lumberman's convention at Des Moines. Mr. French is a member of the board of directors. Annabelle Sachau was hostess to her sewing club Thursday evening. Guests included Mrs. L. F Callles, Mrs. Lester Callies, Mrs. Wayne Miller and Evelyn Sachau. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rlppentrop and Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Richard and Benjamin were supper guests at the Bert C. Meyer home at Buffalo Center Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mf.chaelson entertained four tables of 500 Friday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Herb Nelson, (Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough, Herb Nelson and Earl Zwicfel. Mrs. Fred Adamson returned on Saturday from Winona, where she visited her daughter, Mrs Roy Petticord and at Albert Lea wtih her sister, Mrs. FannJe Roraus, since last Tuesday. (Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ubben entertained a group of relatives and friends Sunday afternoon in honor of their son, Ubbe, who leaves on Wednesday to be Inducted '.n the service at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hanson entertained at three tables of 500 on Thursday evening.. Prizes were won by Mrs. Donald Buffington and able to work for a couple of days. iFrlends have received word that Forrest Manw.'Jler, former Standard tank man here has graduated from the Great Lakes naval station on January W and transferred to Washington, D. C., for more training. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Howard are the proud parents of a nlrre pound baby girl, born Sunday morning, Jan. 31. This fs their first child and they named her Karen Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Howard are tenants at the Guy Bartons. Mrs. Herman Tapper and Dorothy Pugsley were week end guests of the Joe H. Tappers. Mr. and Airs. Walter Tapper and family and Mr. and (Mrs. Everett R.'.ppen- trop and family of .Lakota were Sunday guests at the Tapper home. Garfield Hustlers Add 5 New Members West Bend: The Garfleld Husters met at the home of Gus Ber- i!-nghaus Jan. 26. Five new members were added to the membership list. They are Betty and Bonnie Ketelsen, Joan and Bade Balgeman and Harold Besch., ' The County Agent, Mr. St. Clalr, showed moving pictures. Gustav Berninghaus, Sr., was again chose club leader. Delbert Berninghau and Paul Bonnstetter gave a re port on the short course that the attended at Ames. Afer the meet ing a lunch was enjoyed by all. FORMER LEDYARD RESIDENT PASSES; BURIAL SWEA CITY Ledyarrd: Sarah Afrna Jennings, born Deo. ,22, 1877, at Orlet, lokdt Adair county, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jennings. She grew to young womanhood in that vicinity, in August 1898 on the sixth, she was united In marriage to WMliam L. Dorsey of Greenfield, Iowa, also in Adalr county. To them were born ten chlldlen: Onu Pearle, Lewis David, Ralph Jfay and Robert Dale all preceded her In death. Those children who survive and mourn the loss of ithetr mother are Walter Ai of Nebraska, Hardy of Berlin, Wls., Wllttam <U Jr., of Woden, Iowa, Mrs. Leola Wed- daugh of Bancroft, WIs., Mrs. Opal Knoner of Ledyard and Mrs, Maxino Nitz of Lakota. .From Adair county this family moved to Kossuth county in 1918 and lived until last spr.'.rr* when they moved to Woden in Hancock county. Mrs. Dorsey took sick in her home at Woden and was confined to her bed from December 8 until her death on January 18th. In addition to her husband and children she leaves three brothers and four sisters. T. Mayberry, the Methodist pastor of Buffalo Center assisted by Rev. F. W. Wh'-t- „„„ „.,. ford of Swea City/had charge of 3W!* NK thn services and interment was I ? re '4 """ made in .the Harrison township at the . u, home of their respective pafents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vigdahl and Mia. Lydla Weteel and daughter)!, Esther and Velm'a left the past week by trsin tor a visit at the home of Mrs, WfeWel's brother and fam'Jy, Mr. and Mrs. Hettnan oenrlch and family of Detroit, OP *aco 1 »DARv.noAft "BrtTiuc^lSb. 1 given to all t>efJtdHtf whose nftfn«8 appear In the ... "' Jtal been nteti in the omee of tne.County Aoal- poH of the Board of Apportionment] ^.opened w be levied on. ftll^j Included within Secondary Road Dlstrlc posed.aflBesstnents Is ft* (olid t« »3?» rSJ'iMWy s'vfn to all pefMfl* whose n 5«*2« I *8H. I A t P.f t ^ t "* r i *«* been nteti in the oft '?f«Koj*utn County, io#», a report of the : J&SfflB*.!b e ;*M«' a A""*»Vnt J»°V«aJ« J>* l^^BSSI'*^ see. TW|>. Unit. Acre* IVjiin* nt *h* ft.*.**. blUII 1II13II If arts and No. 600, i^-- -^lavmo* TiiiittG of tii£ OwttjpF Kenneth & Mabel Strayer Thomas 6. Godclen ..'.'.', I. Freeman " "".'.'.'.V.'.'.'.V.'.'X'"" Equitable Life Assiir'soc,''.'.'.'. 9 - S8 " " it aq Homftnn " .,..„ * Ida L. and Thou. C. Wilsoh H, ». - ,, Emma Murk Jens Sorensen 0.93 9.62 9.1)2 .... |.S8 „ „ •••' . 8.40 P. N. Sarchet .'.' .'•.'.'.' .'.'.".'.""• f'17 Ruth Estep ; 98g I,' " 9.'62 „ „ S.S8 Read The Want Ads—It Pays. 7, CRISP, CRUNCHY, WHOLE WHEAT FLAKES WHEATIES B OZ. PACKAGE Prices In this Ad Except on Perishables are Guar- 1 anteed Thru FEBRUARY llth. We Reserve Right I to Limit Quantities. MARY STEVENS, FRESH FOOD STORES cemetery at Swea City, The pall- VV nl A of hearers were old friends of the S\W t family and were John Drew, Joe 13 «\,A/ of SE '' 4 Mayne Delbert Hunt, Severt Holm, 13.6 A of NEW ''' A. G. .Farrin-giton and Roy Mino. ' """' Henry Relken Ruth Estep 63 " " 13.6 Ada Helen Vogel 0.89 9.G2 9.88 6.89 OB 2.4,1 3.22 .61 Hrtn. «„«»« H... »T ,."'.""• ••*.'_, *'*• •"•<- HO.IU iieuriiiK any UL ,tne HJOOVH uujiui tionmonts may be Inoreasedi or may be adopted 7 , without further notree, s you me written objections to said report on or before noon of the aante wlillifie presumed' to Have been conclusively waived. « n i,i t«pntl l«,, e8 »K ent lv. ma '. 5 u B * pa ' m lr - ful1 without interest If pad within twenty days from'date the assessment Is conflrmed. Dated at Algrona, Iowa, thla IStli dar of Jan., 19*3. n », S. KlNSET, ^^^^^ County Auditor. ^M*BI^^^^^^*^^^ H ^^^^ BHV ^^^^| MMHHH ,^ W NOTICE or AVSSBSSSWSNT ron scnpAcnvo SECONDARY Is hereby given to Ml persons who^e natties appear In the wlth- .uVii" Ol ? '•?* o«en filed In the ofTloe of the County'Audl- Cbunty, lowo, a report of the Board, of Apportionment, M^f 160 . 1 ?^ 18 . 808 , 8 ^ 61 }' Proposed to be levied on all parts nn<l -.»-r J ?' eBtate Included within, Secondary Road District No. 582, schedule of proposed assessments Is as follow*: Snlt-nivlnlon SW aw SW SW SfVV 3W THE IDEAL FLOUR FOR PERFECT CAKES SWANSDOWN 2% IB. PACKAGE THE CRISPIER CORN FLAKES POST „ oz TOASTIES PKG Salad Dressing FRESH CRISP Dill Pickles W AND N BRAND Peanut Butter 16 OZ. JAR 32 OZ. JAR 16 OZ. JAR 32 OZ. JAR 47c CAROL DELIGHTFUL FLAVOR SANDWICH SPREAD 16 oz JAR 19 CAMPBELL'S NEW RECIPE TOMATO TO'/iOZ. CANS 3-25* NEW RICH, VELVET SUOS IVORY SOAP MED. BARo ssvx* Soap THE COMPLEXION SOAP DOUBLE ACTION, BAKING POWDER 3 7 « pk 0 . /2c O 4 </. JL 4 - 22c 6 ">• PH. 25c 3 »*r, 25 C '"Mpko. 23c BARS QUartj 100 ° CREAM STYLE White Corn 2 N L 2 23c JUMBO RIPE Olives N O. i .an c.n 29c RAINBOW HALVES Peaches a,,^,, 10,,, 66c RAINBOW SLICED Peaches RAINBOW Prunes FLAV-O-RITE Cocoa BURNETT'S LEMON OR Vanilla Big No. 10 tin OOC •*?<• Big No. 10 tin*" ** 15c 1 Ib. pkg. 1 \'i 01. bottle 27c 16 OZ. CAN SELF POLI8HINQ FLOOR WAX Aerowax Plnt 23c BLACK OR BROWN LIQUID Shinola b0 ui. 9c HIGH TEST Lye 3'l"Z\c POWDERED Bon Ami Sani Flush CLEANSING Tissues Pka . o, E oo Bab-0 2 c. n . TIDY HOUSE Bowl Flush ,*,„. c .r. 25c " 20c Pkg. large can BARS fOB R,CH awcjc suos (Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 47Mc Saturday. The Adolph Berhows had the misfortune to lose their home by flre on Friday evening. The baby vus burned badly. .Lawrence Wolcott (and Verna Kerrins of Eagle ake, Minnesota, pent the week eird Misuting at he Lou Nitz home. iErv.'.n Kramerseimer of Ledyard eft for Camp Dodge with 60 othor oys who left Algona the past veek to join the U. S. forces. Mr. and Mrs Frank N'.tz and Tlorence Klocke went to Water- oo Sunday to visit Mrs. Nitz's sis- er, Myrtle : who i s in the hospital. The Tim Doocy family moved into the old post office building on Friday, Frank Nitz will fix the house before they move. Mr. Nitz recently purchased the house. Lakota attended 1 Ithe Lutheran /Twenty women and children of missionary society at the home of !Wrs. Lou Nitz Wednesday afternoon. A lunch was served. The proceeds amounted to $2.90.' Mrs. Aielt Troff visited her friend Mrs. Albert Manthei at Algona last Saturday. Mrs. Manthei was formerly Florence Ovens of Swea City and she and Mrs. Aielt Troff graduated in the same class from Swea City. Mrs. Ed Knoners brother, Kenneth Barger was vs'.Ung his folks the past week. . He is at Fort a 14-day furlough. His ^parents Leonard Wood, Mo., and will have are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Looft and Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz spent Monday evenirrg at the Lou Nitz home visaing with old friends, Lawrence Wolcott and Miss Kerins of Eagle Lake, Minn. 'Rev. Oscar Mueller, Methodist pastor of Ledyard, left last Sunday afternoon by bus from Armstrong for Cherokee his home, where Rev. and Mrs. Mueller celebrated the'.r 45th wedding anniversary Wednesday, Jan. 27. Geo. Thompson took Rev. Mueller to the bus and on Friday Wm. Stubbe met him. A birthday party was held Fr'- day even-ing- at the Glen Yahnke home in honor of Estella Frey's 15th birthday* The evening was spent playing games after which a lovely lunch was served. Seven girls were present: Maxine Behse, Mary Lou Countryman, Beverly Looft Geraldine Manthei, llo Dillpn, Dar- lone Schroeder ant! Margaret Yahir- Ir<e. E. S. KINSET, County Auditor. NW NW ---- 30 ..31 or"' 9B 40. 41.73 41.70 41.07 42.25 40 Viola Amim* Emery .............. $6.88 " ' Union Cbnst. CO; . 3,44 6.0IJ- 8,43 6.22 lierobv noHflfirt thSt yol {. whoso «>a«n«? appear In the within schedule are Hoard of qtinnrwi^ 4 "?'^i. r ? po ^i. wl , 11 ' ^ me on for hearing: before the Fob 1943 at P ?wn 2-MhM, w 6 ^ otl ti e ty AUfona, Iowa, on the 26th day of ' 'i? °i clbcl{ p -, M- At said HcdHtiff any of the above anDor- lnalled SI m , ay be adopted wltlrtout fUf.ttle"- SotFce? *^ this at day of Jan., 1943. E. 8. KINSEY. County Auditor STATEMENT Ok^ THE CONDITION OF THE Algona Co-op. Creamery Co. AIXJONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMEKY COMPANY BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEaEBER 81, 1943 ASSETS Current Assets— Cash on hand and in bank $ 930530 Accounts Receivable '...'. 3A6in Inventories (butter, oils and other merchandise) 32',992!31 $ 45,738.78 AIXJONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY OPERATING AND GENERAL EXPENSES Salaries and wages (including security taxes) &x®xn^^ West Bend News I _ FRUITS VEGETABLES Bound, Sirloin or T-Bone BEEP STEAK Ib. 39c BEEP EOAST, best cuts __lb. 27c Large Minced or RING BOLOGNA Ib. 19c Braunschweiger or Smoked LIVER SAUSAGE Ib. 29c FCY SLICED BACON ____lb. 35c SLICED BACON, broken 6 Ibs. 1.49 OLEOMARGARINE __2 Ibs. 49c Presh and Frozen Pish and Oysters 5 for 17c DOZ.39c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT ORANGES JUICE ORANGES CARROTS fresh 2BNCHS15c ONIONS^ 10 b ^39c ! Rev, E. J. Oto of Ames called on fnencls in West Bend Friday. Clarence Christensen was a business visitor in Emmetsburg on Tuesday. !Mi'. and Mrs. William R. Wilson of Waterloo spent Saturday wHh Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of Meservey spent Stinday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C., Miller. Mr, and Mrs. Axel Enger of Bode spent Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Louis Balgeman. Mrs. Julius Studer and daughter, Bernetta of LuVerne, spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Studer and family. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Munson of Milford came Sunday after their son who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day. Thelma Eckhoff was surprised on her birthday when eight girls arr.'.ved to help her celebrate the event. She received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. L. Reinen attended the funeral of h.'.s mother, Mrs. H. J. Reinen at Fairmont. Minn. Thursday. Burial was at Jackson Minn. Howard Groth. and Roy Smith of Colesburg, Iowa, and Capt. E. W Currey of 'Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Anderegg. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hinton returned to their home at Round Lake, Min-n., after a two weeks' vistt with their three daughters, Mrs. Joe Anliker, Mrs. Bennie Anliker and Mrs. Ed Dorweiler. Investments— Stock (Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc) Stock (other) 4,000.00 25.00 Fixed Assets— Land, -buildings and equipment 108,40482 Less: Provision for depreciation 47!o30.17 4,025.00 61,374.65 TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH Current Liabilities- Due patrons for December cream $ 25,57259 Advances on butter shipped 4,290.00 Accounts payable and accrued expenses 2'45a!o9 Rebates payable—oil department 1942 s'556^6 Outstanding milk and oil tickets '. 77593 Reserved for local taxes 1,092.77 Mortgage Payable— $111,158.13 Original amount per month $20,000.00—payable • $500.00 Stock subscription ."".".3.".".Z.?.'.'.".'.'.'. Net Worth— Capital stock outstanding (par $100.00) Surplus—creamery $ 43,244.03- Surplus—oil department 2,536.46 $ 37,742.94 14,500,00 3,335-CO 9,800.00 45,780.49 55,580.49 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH $111,158.48 ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1943 Creamery supplies ^^;CZ!I1ZI"""Z$, 10,484.31 Less: Sales to patrons and others 2,345.3ft Repairs _ t/ ' Factory supplies, hardware,i"pipes',"flttinB8|"etc"'"."'. Depreciation, (buildings and equipment) Light, power and water Fuel r '...Z'r.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' " Laundry . x " "..."..',.. Feed and other milk delivery expenses Travel.and automobile expenses „...$ 1,3373$ Depreciation on auto 1 _ „... 2 60.00 1,597.36 Less: Received for expenses and services 1,289.24, Telephone and telegraph ..._ 1. ' Advertising - local _ Advertising and laboratory service .'....'.'"".'.""".'."! Directors' fees and expenses Cream scoring .., "" Rent _ Z"Z"""""Z"!Z Annual meeting expense ".'"" Taxes - real and personal property ....!."."!............. i Insurance and bonds Office supplies, postage and printing Legal * .",......, Dues, subscriptions and general I.!.""!!!""!""! TOTAL 24,439.08 4,67,9^14 8.13&92 2,,186Jn 1,708.56 *Q&.30 .1,344.57 2,585.62 352L77 1^76.33 308.12 434,70 1,208.68 233.04 208.08 110.00 145.00 516.09 620.51 659,9? 1,054.38 196.0S 314.5$ 60,318J» AIXJONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY INCOME, PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 81, 1942 Gas ana Oil Department Sales Less: Cost of sales Creamery Department .Sales - Dairy products Less: Cost of sales Gross Profit .on Above Gross Profit on other commodities $412,143.74 347,920,82 64,222.92 421.62 6,420.73 Total Gross Profit Cost of hauling (net to Creamery) ^ 1,709.15 64,644.5} Operating and general expenses _ 60,318.08 62,027.23 Net Operating Profit $ 3,617.31 I,otts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell of Ot- 'sen were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer P.'-jahn, Additions tn Income- Dividend on stock ; $ 240.00 -Rebate on butter „ 484J8 Rebate on supplies and cheese 268.13 Recoveries, discounts and mise „ _ 211.91 GROSS PROFIT ON SALES _, Operating and General Expenses-Salaries and wages ., _ « Repairs - building and eqwljiment'"!.'.!!.'"!!!.""!".'."-' Truck expenses - gas, oils a.n repairs $ 896.69 Depreciation on trucks ...„..„... 41770 Service station and bulk plant supplies , Insurance _..„_ '.. '.,........".....I" * Taxes - real and personal propertyi'"i5iimate(t ««,.«, LigW, power and water 4 t 5 A5 * 83,749,97 48,070.8« W,87(Ml 1,813.69 J88.6J 480.66 Travel Telephone and laundry Advertising .1 ...... -........, Lease and miscellaneous 11,825.2}, Deductions from Income- Interest on notes 337.08 Interest on stock 591.65 Accounts charged off 275.17 Miscellaneous .'. 79.8$ 1,184.82 $ 3,802.10 1,283.66 NET INCOME FOB YJJAB Addittuns fco Inoome~r Discounts and rebates PROFIT • 483,34 Deducttons from Accpunta charged off ..... ..... . Interest at 496 on »1,000,OQ ,'. ..... . ....... NET INOOSIE FOB YBAflf Less: Rebate at 8% on gross sales Surplus January 1, 1942 40,72546 Surplus December 31, 194? *^ a , 404: Surplus January J, 1942 .. Surplus Decejoniber 3^, J94|- ... These statements w«r» pfgBorM by P^bUc AsswwOmt, Ifjp^fiSr

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