The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1943 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1943
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J?f, .„" l s'f'S \ " ^i* ^ * ' ' Iowa, Feb. 4,1943 [OTA COUPLES (RATC23RD lLakota? Mr, and Mr&f Henry llome and Mr. arid Mrs. Otto fin- celebrated their 23rd Weding anniversaries at the Henry en Thursday evening. The two uplea Were married at a double •eddlng ceremony ait pf; Paul's Utherart church, Lakota, Jan. 48, 1620, and -both ifamjil!«s live on ,larms northwest of town. Guests :,for the event beside the honorees were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe, Katherlne, Elnora and Adolph Jr., Mr, and Mrs, Frank Rotterman, Air. and Mrs, Henry Boettcher and James Mayne. Five hundred fur- nshed entertainment and a deli- f<slous lunch was served by Mr. and I i;Mrs. Blome. Dr. H. H. Murray was a business Visitor at Fort, Dodge last week Otto Jtoppen had tHe misfortune to lose two fine mules last week frdm what Wau thought to be cornstalk disease. * IFriend* Mere rfecevled word on Sunday that Mrs. leathering Park of Algona had been taken to the Fort Dodge hospital tor treatment of ear trouble. Mr* and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, Mfs. I, E. Wortman, Mrs. H. H. Murray and daughter, Parlcia and Vincent Ellman were Mason City visitors last week Wednesday, * , (Mrs/Ida Ukena received a letter from her son, Lieutenant M. A. Ukena, saying he had been transferred from Fort Lewis, Washington, to Vancouver Barracks last week. ' Mesdames C. .A. Gutknecht ami Ernest Wortman and Miss Emma Gutknecht drove ito Mason City Friday and brought hohne Uena Gutknecht who spent the week end w'.th her family here and went back Sunday evening via train from Algona. , Best Fed Soldier in the World Thanks to the American fanner and those in town who are producing, processing and transporting the tremendous quantities of food needed to win the war. To help speed this vital job and in every way to provide the telephone service needed in the -drive to victory is your telephone ' ' company's foremost aim. It will help to save time these busy days and keep service good for everyone's wartime; job, if all will place calls carefully and answer promptly — and if party line users will be considerate of each other. •• : ' • /,' . •. ' • NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY FENTONQIUNTFT LOSES IN DOUBLE BOUT TO BANCROFT OMsnton: St. John's Academy, of Bancroft, beat the •Fenton Tigers in a double header here on the local floof, Friday ftlght The score at the flnal of the second team game was S8 to 13. The first team game at the half, acore stood at 27 to 10 In St. John's favor. Fmil score as 42 to 26. High score men for the visitors were Foth and Froehle, eacft with 14 points to their cred't and i Pruel of Fenton with seven points. MESDAftfES KENNEDY AND KENDBIOKSEN ENTERTAIN •Mrs. A. J. Kennedy and Mrs. Dennis Hendricksen entertained on Friday evening at the Hendrickson home the following: Mr. and Mrs. Art Uuhl, Mr, and Mrs, Ulrich Juhl and famfly, Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Juhl and Jerene, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cowans and sons, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Gowans, Mr. and Mrs. Al Mulr and Billy, Carl Juhl and Mrs. Thomas Juhl. The evening was spent socially after which lunch wus served by the hostesses. INSURANCE GROUP ISOLDS CARD PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT The A. A. L. (Insurance group) tyiet Friday night at the Carl F. Krueger home. Four tables of 500 were played with Ferdinand Bierstedt winning high honors and Mrs. Emll Bierstedt low. Three new members were taken in. They are Mary Alice Rosslter and Mary and Carol Bierstedt, Phyllis Biersteclt was a guest. The hostess had baked a birthday cake for Kathryn Willrett. Enjoying the event with her were Ruth Fauerby Eldora and Dor's Bierstedt, Phyllis Bierstedt, Marilyn VTenta Mary and. Carol Bierstedt and Howard Bierstedt. ROY CHRiscmijyES GIVEN HONOR ON BIRTHDAY Roy Chrishhillea was honored at a gathering Friday night at the Chrischllles home, it being his birthday anniversary* Guests included Mr. And Mrs. Henry Weiner of Burt, Mr. and Mrs.. Carl Wetn- er and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroed- COULD YOU USE $100? Bet you can think of many uses for It! Well, you cap get $60$100-$240 or more In IMMEDIATE CASH tftwmgh u». Money to pay store bills, doctor bills, Insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock —easy monthly payments—special plan for fann- ers. SERVICE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL L. S. Bohannon Phone. 103 Algona, la. er and family and Mrs. Martha Chr'schllles. Mr. and Mrs. 'Larry Alt were Saturday night visitors at the Everett breyers. ffhe liana Wlbergs of Rlngsted visited at the parental C. F. C. Laage home Sunday. Mr. And Mrs. Hlldreth Pettit and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Carl Becks. (Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and family were Sunday guests at the Carl F< Krueger home; Mrs. Lloyd Cornelius of Fairmont visited over Sunday at the Paul Cornelius and Carl Odin homes. . (Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dalley of Algona visited at the. George and R. C. Ooetsch homes Sunday night. •Betty Ann Meyers, student at the junior college in Estherville, spent the week end here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Dreyer and three sons were dinner guests on Sunday at the Richard Hengel home. The S. S. Whitmore family moved Saturday to their farm near Rolfe and the Scott DeSart family of Rolfe moved to the arm vacated by the Whitmores. tTheodore Bleckwenn went to Mason City, Friday for a few days' visit with friends. Theodore has completed his course at a business college there and Will graduate on Feb. 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Currans and Karen of Ruthven and Eugene Gill who .'a staying with his grandparents, the Jake Hahns at Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the Henry Gill home, Mr. and Mrs. Webber Yager returned home Sunday afternoon from Des Moines where they had gone on Thursday for a visit with their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager. Dr. and Mrs. Edward' Widdell of St. James, Minn., Lieut, and Mrs. Kern Elerick and Brian- of Cheyenne, Wyoming and L. J. Weisbrod were Sunday dinner guests at the A. H. Meyer home. The Young Peoples society of the Depew church met Thursday night at the church. A short program was given and refreshments were served by-Mrs. Russell Johnson and Mrs, Theodore Nelson-. A. R. Willrett received word on Saturday from Algona that his father, F. J. Wilrett was a patient In a hospital there suffering from gangrene poisoning in the large toe caused from it being frozen. (Mrs. Art Krause was hostess to' the Saturday afternoon bridge club. Mrs.'F, P. Newel won high score honors and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod second high. Substitutes were Mrs. 'Amos F/lnnestad and Mrs. Paul Eigler. Mrs. Larry AH was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern and two ch'ldren, accompanied by Mrs. Kern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Blighton and family of Emmetsburg were entertained Sunday at the Clarence Nelson home at Dickens. The gathering was a farewell for Ernest Blighton of Austin, Minn., who will be inducted into the army Friday. (Mrs. F. F. Schroeder celebrated her birthday anniversary Sunday. In the evening, guests were Mr. and Mfs. Roy Chrlftchttlea and Ron- >ald, Mrs. Martha Chrlschilles, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welner of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Welner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder family of Lone Rock, and the Harry Schmallen family of Whlttemore. LAKOTA NEWS Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ukena, has finished his degree at the University of Dubuque and came home Saturday. He Will work with his father here until his call Mr. and Mrs, F. Gus Torine of Algona and the school teacher at central school, Plum Creek township, Mabel Crlgley and Mrs. Margaret Warburton, Lakota, spent Thursday evening with the J. H. Warburtons. Mrs. E. L. Grabau's father Albert Hunter and Mrs. Jennie Mc- Knlght, Bonalr, Iowa, are visiting at the Grabaus. Sunday the Gra- baus and their guests drove to Sp'*it Lake to visit another daughter of Mr. Hunter. Several car loads of Lakota people accompanied their basketball girls to the northern half of Kossuth tournament at Grant consolidated school last week Thursday and Friday evenings. Mr. Curnett is the new coacll< •Alma Shultz, home demonstration agent, conducted the third home project lesson at Mrs. Jake Tel- camps, Friday afternoon w'.th two leaders from Lincoln township and eight leaders from Ledyard township. The lesson was on Wartime Buying and Victory Gardens, poultry raising, the new rationing program etc. were d'scussed. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hamilton II took their little son, Robert Hamilton III to West Union last Thursday for baptism by the Rev. Gerald Ukena of the Presbyterian church, who was a boyhod friend. Robert left that evening for Des Moines for induction into the army. Mrs. Hamilton and baby will stay with Mrs. Hamilton's mother at Claremont for the duration. 'Bob Beemer left for Des Moines last week to join the marines ! 'f tie passes the examination. Four other young men from here were among those who left from Algona last week: George Weringa, Leon Steenhard, Marvin Baum and Kenneth Patterson. George Weringa was sent to camp but the other three boys are having a seven day furlough before reporting for duty. C. A. Heard, repairs S.60 Clements Oil Sta,. gag 47.00 Cont. OM Co., gas 8.77 Dutch's Super Serv., gas ... 9.68 Percival Motor, repairs 71 A. R, Mould", salary 72.85 Cecil McGinnU, salary 86.42 Oedl McGinn. 1 *, salary 66.42 ttjohlhaas sHdwe., sndse ,.. 14.66 Wm. C. Dau -Garage, repairs 4.S2 Harms Oil Co., gas 9.59 N. W. Bell Tele., service .. 3.67 Dr. 'F., E. Sawyer, rent 26.00 Mrs. A. M. Colllnson, salary 20.00 Elizabeth Laird, rent 10.42 Geo. Dettman, salary 40.00 A. H. Borchardt, mdse 87 Matt Parrott & Sons, mdse. 4.25 Algona U. D. M., publ'ah... 10.23 Coll. Internal Rev., V-tax .. 12.12 Standard Oil Co., oil 89.15 SNOW REMOVAL Jesse Lashbrook, salary 79.07 Roy McVay, team labor .. 17.56 Elliott Skllling, team labor 40.58 Oliver Bakken, salary 25.53 Chas. Harvey, salary 25.«8 Herman Lyons, salary 25.68 Henry Schaffer, labor 10.14 Roy James, labor 6.75 John Schlmmel, abor 10.14 Coll. Internal Rev., V-tax .... 3.69 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard salary 20.00 FIRE MAINTENANCE Algona Fire Co,, service 96.00 Hooker Sup. Co., mdse 30.89 Greenberg Auto Sup., mdse. 1.10 N. W, Bell Tele., service .. 4.34 Ry Exp. Agcy, exp , 77 Clements OH Sta., gas 4.93 DEPOSIT FUND James Merryman et at, refund 1.66 C. L Torrence et al, refund 38,31 SWJtM POOL FUND Luaby & Glossi, mdse. .41 (Passed and approved th's Mth day of January J0||/~ • t4C% imAJ<ftC KttiLHAAfl, ATTEST: ADAH (City Clerfc 'Adjourned to February II, 1641, = she •Id a Closing Out sale 1 mile north of Lu Verne, £ mile east of county g ednesday, Feb. 10th I • ' , ' • ' "^ ^^ ' ' ' ^S / 1 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS = 1 30 - Head of Livestock - 30 1 8 Head of Horses One sorrel gelding 5 yrs. old., 1500 Ibs,; sorrel gelding 4 yrs. old, 1500 lb«.;, iron gray gelding 3 yr*. old, 1500 Ibs. j gray mare 8 yrs. old, 1400 Ibs.j roan colt gelding 3 yrs. old, 1500 Ibs.; roan colt gelding 2 yr». old; black colt mare one year old? roan suckling colt. 15 Head of Cattle ' 15 = -•••-. ' • • NIneJersey milk co w», all young cows ; 1 Jersey bull; 5 heifer calves. -Q-^.V./:,^ FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Allu-Chalmers tractor, 1937, good condition, Model W. C.j AIlw-Ghairoeri 2- row tractor cultivator with power lift? 2-bottom L H, C, plow, new? Grand Metour plow, 2-bottom, A-l condition? 15*ft, ditc, new; lQ-ft;di*c? elevator, New Idea 38-tt.» with overhead hoist? lO-ft,I,H,C« binder, excellent condition; 1. H. C, t talk cutter, two row? new? 2-row John Deere corn, planter, A4 condition* John Peere endgate seeder with «r»i* teed attach,; John Deere 2-row cornjilowi 4 «m* gle-row cultivator^ John Deere $ ft, ipring tooth 4»*ee, harrow? harrow cart? John Deere manure spreader? John Deere gang plow? Emerson »ulky plow?, 2* rack wagon; triple bo* wagon? boh fled? other arjielej too numerous to mention* 3QME HOUSEHOLD GOQPS . """ ' TO M AW . TRUST & SAY, BANK, Clwk Council Minutes Jan. 23, 1943: Council met with mayor and the following councilmen present^Hawcott, Harris, Hutchins, Bohannon and Huenhold. Fox was absent. The minutes were read and approved. Appropriating Ordinance No. 589 was passed. APPROPRIATING -ORDINANCE NO. 589 ELECTRIC FUND ,.Li. M. Bellock, salary $ 77.30 F. C. Dailey, salary ...',.....U... 82.05 Tom Halpin, palary ...„..,;... 77.30 Walter Gorman, salary 77.30 C. C." Wright, salary 63.03 Earl Bowman, salary 65.42 Wm. O. Ludwig, salary 65.42 Alvis Hill, salary '...... 55.92 R. S. Barton, salary 14.90 H. E. Stephenson, salary 74.92 Chester Webb, salary - 60.67 Frank Ostrum, salary 8.38 Joe Dunn, salary 60'.89 H. S. Roth, salary 79.67 C. U. Pollard, salary 98.17 Ira Kohl, salary ...» 42.92 Adah Carlson, salary 82.05 Mrs. Max L. Gaiter, labor .... 8.01 Fulton Iron Wks., . repra...., 290.12 Diesel Serv., oil «... 635.92 C. M. St, P. & P. Ry., frgt .. 607.38 3ocony-Vacuum Oil Co., oil 165.86 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 6.99 Oarlock Packing Co., mdse. 5.37 Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse. 61.23 Wm. C. Dau Garage, rprs. .. 8.10 Clements Oil Sta., service.... 1.00 Harms Oil Co., gas 90 Mike's D-X Sta., gas «... 13.14 Walter Klamp, gas 7.48 Kohlhaas .Hdwe., mdse 3.92 Frank Cook, mdse 9.C5 Greenberg Auto Sup., mdse. 5.18 Panama Carbon Co, mdse 8.16 Matt Parrott, mdse 2.19 Treas. of State, tax 613.41 Western Union time serv. .. 9.00 N. W. Bell Tele., service .. 24.24 Wj W. Sullivan, postage....... 4.00 E. J. Lloyd, service .-.. 14.41 Coll. Internal Rev., V-tax .. 44.44 Coast to Coaat Store, mdse. .72 ' WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary 77.30 Frank Ostrum, salary 65.64 R. S< Barton, salary 48.16 Joe Dunn, salary 10.08 C. U, Pollard, salary 37.50 Ira KJohl, salary - 22.50 Laura Mitchell, salary 67.80 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. .. 164.37 H. W. Post, frgt, 3.93 Ry. Expr. Agency, exp 1.23 Electric Fund, mdse. 32.46 Hoenk Motor Serv., gas 8.38 Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. 147 Mike's D-3f Sta., gas 7.53 Sam Kaufman, repair ...„ , .75 Address. Sales Agcy, mdae. .. 1.39 Treas. of State, tax 64,72 Coll. of Internal Rev., V*tax 4.90 GENERAL; FUND Elliott SkHUng, salary 40.69 Herman Lyons, salary 86.69 Chas. Harvey, salary 85,D9 Oliver Bakkew, salary 28.69 Floyd Turner, labor. 7,01 Greenberg Auto Sup., mdse. 7,03 F. 84 Norton Sf Son, mdse, 86.68 V, V. Na«4aln, mdse 16.2? DON'T LIT DREADED MASTITIS Pvt tf tOI YOU OP YOUR PROFITS TEfTINO gay? IfBVISI fw BOONE SEED OATS We have a supply of BOONE Oats for sale at per Bn« These are cleaned and ready for seeding. Assure yourself of your seed requirements by ordering early. Help Uncle Sam and yourself by raising better oats. RISING'S MILL and ELEVATOR ALGONA, IOWA 4-6-«f7 uHcitQAK STORES YOUR FRIEND^ft^AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5 and 6 Superb EEAHD FRUIT COCKTAIL A balanced assortment of choicest fruits. Diced in a 16-OZ. Heavy syrup. Ready to Can serve for cocktails or add to Robb-Ross Gelatin ISfC* Dessert IOB BARTLETT PEARS - orn "* -* 1 "' No. ty. Can 25c Superb APRICOTS Halves, No. ty, Can 30c Pure Gooseberry Preserves Made from tame gooseberries. A delicious "Butter Saver" to spread on Breakfast Toast. Sale Special 16Ounce Jar ...250 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF STEAK Sirloin and Short Cuts 39 C ROUND STEAK, Lb. 42c PURE LARD Found 1 1* Package .... I ly LONGHORN CHEESE Found 320 BOLOGNA Big . ..220 Per Found WIENERS Fresh Smoked Per Found Club Frankfurters, pound 25c Whiting Fish, pound 18c Flounders, pound ...... 25c Northern Pike, pound . . .25c Smoked White Fish, pound 39c Codfish, pound wood box .39c Morning Light No. 10 ; FRUITS The same High Quality fruit as packed in smaller cans ... it is none too soon | to repack in glass jars for I next winter. 410 890 OREGON PRUNES ............ PEACHES, SLICED and HALVES GOOSEBERRIES .......... BLACK RASPBERRIES ... Superb ROLLED OATS Begular and Quick Cooking «•Pound Package 190 Superb MUSTARD French Style, Quart Jar .. I4c H ARMONY VITAMINS- h 39e Gerber's STRAINED 4 or IDNIORCans FOODS 25c Cereal and Inst Oatmeal, pkg.... 13c Genuine Egg Noodles They rank high as energy food. . . . They team well with high protein foods—nuts and cheese —and"with tomatoes and leftover meats. 8 Ounce Cello. Bar EOBB-BOS8 l-BKFAIUJD PANCAKE FLOUR 4Ax ZU0 1'ANTUY PBIDE BREAKFAST SYRUP, 2 220 JUMBO SWEET PRUNES Big, meaty Prunes that require little sweetening. Buy in original boxes and repack in glass jars to be used as needed. ..,,, Per Found 25Pound Box $3.75 Babta lovt lit ftntr flavor. MASTER ZWIEBACK TOUT PfcfeSUS* SUNBRITE .Cleans easier, works faster, won't scratch, Can ...... Ha Brown Whole Wheat Bread 24 °^ E 15 Nancy* Ann "JSnriched" Bread 24 = E 11 TJ-TTTT APPLES E » 3% 266 ORANGES Doze»38c GRAPEFRUIT^HEW OABBA8E ........ P»«wl 6« DOUBLE MIX1 BUTTER STRETCHER GUEST IVORY -»-*** M Brtrt. ^FJSMlP •%,*^PBii~ j& »* i;t " *tt IVORY . FUKES

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