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the Akona Upper Des Moifles, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 4 L 1M3 . . ^9. * •' •w__.. ;i _._- i .l_ J „..-..--.-_^. . i ..-.:,'_.. J ^. J b.^r, J ..i a_^^ .^-^.- ...-;--..-..-..„„,..-.-.—...-~^-.-.--—^^^^^-^^l BASKETEERS SENECA TAPS TOURNAMENT 'J&neca: The SehtSca gills' basket- $oll team took the north half coun* til tournament which was ayed at Grant consolidated school st week end. They first drew a jte and then httti the Ledyaf d 'iris -in their first game. They, lefeated the Ledyard team by a ise score, 2B to 2$. Th.'a put them the finals against Lone Rock, vhom they defeated 39 to 31. The Seneca boys' team was defeat* sd by the Grant boys' team the same evening 22 to 1 19. Student David J. Quill of the jttther Theological. Seminary, St. Paul, will again conduct divine services at the flofcaj . Lutheran church, Sunday, Feb. 7, at 11:30 o'clock, tt!<s sermon subject will bie "The Adequacy of Christ." Mr. Quill was married Saturday, Jan. 30 at Oak Park, 111. Mr. and (Mrs. Qftill will make bheflr home in Minneapolis where Mf. Quill wMl continue his work at the seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen were host and hostess at dinner last Monday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Ver- rton Jensen and Bobby of Algona, also Mrs. Jennie Jensen and the Linus Jensens of Rlngsted. On Sunday they entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Nelson of Rirtgsted also Willard and Thelma Appelt of Swea City. Thelma Who enlisted as a navy nurse some t:'me ago, willreport at Chicago, Feb. iO, for a second physical examination. If she passes this successfully she expects to be sent directly to Ban Diego, Calif. Whittemore Couple Married 55 Years (Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Elbert celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Sunday, Jam 31. All their children were present. They are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence filbert and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Elbert and family, Mr. and Mrs. ®lmer Elbert and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Leo .EJlbert. Three of thef.r grandchildren, Anthony and Rudolph Elbert, are in service in the Hawaiian Islands and Corp. Eugene Mueller is stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas. The bull that will never get to America IXXJAL HIGH TAKES ACAD. OF ALGONA, 62 TO 9 The Whittemore public scjiool boya' basketball team took a double header from St. Cecelia academy of Algona Monday evening on the local floor. Whittemore seconds defeated the Algona seconds by a score of 25 to 12. Kelvin Vaudt made 15 points for his mates while Wiirkel of Algona got 6. The iflrst team was so lopsided that for a spell it looked as though Algona wasn't going to get a point as at the first quarter Whittemore sotodr 9 to 0 and at the half 21 o 0 but at the thjrd cfluarer th|e Algona boys collected 3 points to Whlttemore's 33 and at the final the score was 52 to 9. Dogotch was high with 21 points, Woodward had 16 and Roeber 13. Whittemore's second team played part of this game as the first team boys were too much for the academy boys. Mrs. Lester Schumacher is reported on the sick l!-st this week. |R. J. VJaughan of Mason City spent the week end at home with Mrs. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter, Evelyn were ort Dodge shoppers Friday. . (Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and Hit name if Rajah of Oakland*. Lait we heard of him, he wai on the Island of Jersey, a little •pot of land in the Channel between France and England. He'i a great bull and breeders over here wanted him. He probably would have been imported except that one day the devils that "Heil Hitler" gobbled up the Channel Islands. Where ii the bull and the fine Jersey cattle? Fate unknown., And the people — everything they have labored for is in the hands of a devouring Germany. This story repeats itself again and again in the wake of Axis conquest. We must remember it in the coming weeks and months in so many, many ways. One of the ways is by buying U. S. War Bonds. You buy .Bonds today for two important reasons. First, to help your Government win this war. Second, to help yourself. For they are an investment that never depreciates in value. They increase in value every year up to maturity, when they pay a third more than original cost. And you can cash them any time after sixty days if you want to. Buy Bonds —at your bank or post office. Iowa State Bank - AM3ONA V "Where So Many Fanner* Bank" daughter, Verdell, visited Sunday with relatives here. Mildred Fuchsen of West Bend spent the week end at the Leo Walters home in Whittemore. Jean Henry of West Bend spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry. George Jergen went to Mason City Thursday to seek employment Luchslhger funeral which was on Saturday afternoon. [The Rosary society and the Young Ladies' Sodarllty of St. Michael's parish had a luncheon and card party at the Academy hall on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Doyle and fairiily of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests at the John Mosbach home. Mr. Doyle's mother Mrs Larry Doyle, returned home with them. Mrs. Margaret Gingerich and Dorothy Braatz went to Mason City Saturday evening, returning Mondy eventag. They spent the week end with their sister, Laura Braatz in Mason City. «ev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and sons, Norman and Paul, left Sunday for Odebolt where they visited w'.th Mrs. Discher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. They returned Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and daughters, Beverly Ann and Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters Arlene and Phyllis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn. (First Lieutenant and Mrs. Kern Elerdck and son, Brian, are visiting -here with frlendsi and with rel- atf'Ves in Fenton this week. Mr. Blerick is on a ten day furlough and is stationed at Camp Francis E. Warren at Cheyenne, Wyu- mlng. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter, Evelyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Ralph Sebers of here and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch and daughter, Marie and son William of Lotts Creek visited at the Herman Meyer home Sunday evening. Alvin Zinnell of Belllngton, Ilj., came Sunday to take back Uis family and the new daughter, Rosa Lee. Mrs. Zinnell has been with her parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Mike Schumacher since the fore part of December. Mr. Zinnell !<s employed in a defense plant at Joliet, 111. Mr, and Mrs. Conrad Allg, Mr. and M*». iKrwIn Barglman,, Mr/ and Mrs. George Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. WHliam Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer entertained a number of friends and relatives at cards Flriday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son, James, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., and son, William Elmo, (Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell and daughter Irene. I iPvt. and Mrs. Lorenz Vigdal arrived here Wednesday and will visit at the home of Mr. Vlgdal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles V'.g- dal and with Mrs. Vigdal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hansen. This is their first visit home after their marriage in November. Mrs. Vig- dal is employed '-n St. Mary's hospital at Boise, Idaho and Pvt|. Vig- dal is stationed at Gowens Field, Idaho. They are home on a ten day furlough. > * Mrs. Emma Mielke was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when a group of neighbors gathered at her home to help her celebrate her birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. day at the' August Kirschbaum home. He has been In the navy the past three months. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs, John Voss, Jr., and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the John Voss Sr., home where birthdays of Mrs. J. Voss, Sr., and Dwight Voss were observed. Martin Seller, who had the misfortune of having his foot broken a week ago when a horse Stepped on !.t, is learning how to get around with the use of crutches. This Is a real handicap fpr a farmer with plenty of winter chores. Church services were held at the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise Sunday because of the cold weather Some families were snowed in and attendance for church has been- small. Commdnion service will be observed on Sunday w.'.th a special offering to be used to buy communion sets for boys in service. (Pheasants were a famittar sight along the roadside and in groves Sunday endeavoring to seek shelter from drifting snow. In one grove near a soybean field there was an estimated number of two hundred and it was learned that they came up nearly every evu- rring. Some of the pheasants In another spot seemed to be freezing to death as they stood huddled up i in the snow. The pheasants seem Carl Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs. Chris \ aorriewhat thin in body as feed has with i the Decker there. packing plant P. R. Martin and daughter, Louisa of Emmetsourg, were Saturday dinner guests 'at the Martin Duffy, Jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gail, were Sunday dinner guests at the Will'am Zumach home in Lotts Creek. Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Jr., and son, Pat, returned to their home in Emmetsburg Monday after visiting a week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and family of ICorwilh were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Bode s mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele. Mr. and Mrs. Correy Haase vis Ited with friends here Saturday and they also attended the Adam SWEATER 25% wool and 75% eotton yam. 98< SWIATER COAT WITH UPPfR MEN'S WORK SHOES Genuine CHIPPEWA SHOiS «sft. •ty^si^W^s J&&J5z& sS.WW* ^^Wff *£^^& SOCK SALE 10% wool drew eock*, 81i(btlyln«|i4w.V«V 3 PAIR 69< Your choice of either of these beautifully de- •igned chain. Smart modern ityling, with selected hardwood frame and rich walnut finish. Beautiful cover fabrici in your choice of beautiful win* or blue colors. Strong web teat bai Mgletf construction. »icHFOOT parBASERUG 4 «ej>MLti9M> vahjv fco ban) fU*r wy«rM* njw popular pat- 4 ef rich - 't 1 -' i -~* &. Jf^» ,-t.H^-. - • i V, - E', C -, ;-',, _ i _.",fv••*••"•- '"-i*" 'Harold Behnke arrived home on Friday evening on a ten day furlough. Harold graduated January 27 from the navy diesel training school at the University of Missouri and is now a second class motor mechanic mate arrd is to to report for duty February 6 at Norfolk, Va. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly, entertained the nelghbory card club at their home Sunday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kenne, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs Mike Fan-del. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Fandel, Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helm- he, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach, Mrs. AJ- bert Behnke and Mrs. Fred Lehman 1 . The evening's entertainment was cards. Everybody brought lunch which was served later in the evening. fXgyttCtce^V^f^^ 1 SEXTON NEWS i Mrs. B. E. Sanders was a week end visitor at the Henry Hawby home at Mason City. IPerry Lowman has been suffering with an infection on- his leg and is under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring and chMdren were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glawe at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and children were Sunday evening callers at the John Miller home, south of Sexton. (Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Mrs. Sarah Wise were supper guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips at Algona. 'Roland Bode of Fairdale, Idaho, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode. He spent Sun- been covered up with snow. More for Mpney Those weekly newspapers in Iowa which are issued on Thursdays furnished their readers witli 53 newspapers during the year just passed. The year 1942 started on a Thursday and ended on a Thursday making 53 issues 'n all instead of the custormary 52. Such a happening will not occur again for some years. 'Tis Well to be Prepared- Keep Youi Coal Bin Filled at All Times We have SUPERIOR BLOCK coal in transit arid a good supply of all grades of fuel Order Today and be Satisfied Dry Bundled Kindling F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 AJgotta Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Result* Sul>-Dlvlnl«ii SEH NB'A ME "4 "NW»/i PROCESSED JACKETS JfefBCft "MJL mar BASEBAUQAME Tha only MMU- tific b«i«b«!1 JB« OB «*>• market. SOLID OAK DINETTE TAUl, 4 CMAIM 85 A//Wool SLEEVELESS SWEATER Smart, modern ExWtuioo typa table op«oi to accommodate 6 people. L««th*r. ette covefed cfaaif •eat*. CONVINKNT MYMINTS ii* Jtockfonf WORK SOCKS Extra heavy quality with reinforced heel* and toes. Ribbed top. Medium heavy weight yarn. Popular V- neck • t j I e. Choice of popular colon. SPECIAL! CHOICE OF CHAIR OR ROCKER NOTICE! OF ASSESSMENT FOR- SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 5114 Notice is hereby given to all persons whose nanves appear In the with" in schedule that there l.as been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment. showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 594 which schedule of proposed assessments is as follows: - Sec. Twp. Ilnis. AcreH Name of the Owner 35 94 29 38.2G Ernest Gales . " ." " 38.25 " " " " 40 . " ' • " - 33.'D8' Peter'Stfnmtdt-....".-. 40- Mathias Zelmet John Becker AMHIII'I 3.07 4.1S 6.59 3.83 4.60 6.59 4.87 0.59 6.59 4.60 6.76 4.99 6.76 " " " 29.93 • Peter Schmidt 4.20 „„„ 77i5 Peter Erpeldlng 8.59 You and each' of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algor.a, Iowa, on the 26th day of Feb. 1943, at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be Increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day, the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All afisessments may be paid In full without Interest If paid within twenty days from date the assessment la confirmed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this -19th day of Jan., 1943. County Auditor. NOTICE: OF ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY no AD niSTRICT NO. BT8-A Notice Is hereby given to all persons whose, nanves appear In the within schedule that there has been flled I r. the office of the Co.unty Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels of real estate Included within Secondary Road District No. 578-A, which schedule of proposed assessments Is aa follows: Suh-UlvUlou Sec. Twp. HngT. Acres Name of the Owner Amimt SW% 95 27 40 John Kellner 16 N 14.61 « Caroline &' Veronica KYeln 14.24 " • " " .. 14.81 " William Klein 14.24 " " " 14.61 " M. A. Arndorfer & Clara Erdman 10.62 " Bernhard Recker 14.61 » •• '• 10.19 E 49 A"of 'WUNWii " " <f> " " • 15 - 62 You and each' of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified -that said report wlU come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algor.a, Iowa, on the 26th day of Feb 1943, at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may be Increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of said day, the same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived All assessments may be paid In full without Interest if paid within twenty days from date the assessment Is confirmed. Da'ted at Algona, Iowa, this 19th day of Jan., 1943. ^ R KINSEY County Auditor, NOTICE) OP ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. B87 Notice Is hereby given to all persona whose names appear In the within schedule that thefetas been flled IB the office of tfie County Auditor of Kossuth County. Iowa, a report of the Board of^Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on-all parts and parcels of reaf estate Included within Secondary Road District No, 587. which schedule ot proposed assessments is as follows: Sub-DIvUluu NS34 i!\ SB) SB',. NEJ NEU Sec. Twp. ,21 96 .22 R ? ». Acre. N«ne of '<ge 40 Anna M. Schiok et at AMm't , jiosa M " t» "",... 6,08 » -•• » ••".... ?:s4 » " " "".... 8.49 Harry J. Bode ............ T.60 Lola E. Dreeeman ........ 10.89 ". *' *' , t ..... ..... 10.61 ins. io.89 7;60 Smith & Louis Schmidt 7.6n " •' " ! '.'.', a!s7 jou'ano: each of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby mjtmea that aaid report will come on tor hearing before the Board of SupeFvlsorl ft? th«i/office In Algona, Jowa. on .Jhe «8th gay Q Of Feb. J943, at two o'eioelf P. M. M said ^"^M^n^t^furthe^no^ce F Hnnmenta may be Increased or may be adopted Without jurtner notice. Pn)e8s you me written objections to «ara report on or before noon of «sy aal4 da7,tbe sam will presumed to have been conclusively^alvea. All assessments may be paid IP full W'W-out Interest It paid within twenty days from date the assessment I* coflflrmed. pjited at Algona, Iowa, thl» 1W day of Jan., WS, SQTICH OF DRIVE THE VICTORY WAY! SAVE GAS! SAVE TIRES! Shop the Victory way. Team up with ypur neighbors and .take turns sharing each others cars! By making joint trips to A. & PJ SelfySer- vfce /Food Stores, you can all fill your food needs) in one stop . . . right under one convenient r»of. you'll save time, because everything you need is within easy reach. AND you'll save cash, thanks ot A. & P.'s 'wlay low prices. Stop by with your neighbors today . . . and try it! •JL-Your Food Stamps G;o Farther at A. & P.! ^ Buy -X Items with Blue Food Stamps Iowa State Brand BUTTER, Vitamin A lb. Pasteurized I qt. FRESH MLLK hot. Vitamin G Frjom Nearby Farms doz. FRESH EGGS ctn. 1 Vitamins A, B-l and G Colored DAISY CHEESE _ Ib.l Vontains Vitamins A & G 100% Pure Hydrogenated Vegetable- Shortening --flexo ctn • fcfcC ctn* Stamp No. 11 ir.ow Redeemable BOKAR lb. M- COFFEE __. bag"Wv Use Stamp No. 28 Before Feb. 7 GRANULATED «ft 9flft I ^•^af'W 4Q* .WWW Hamilton's KRAUT JUICE V8 Cocktail Vege. 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SYRUP _r jug Ann Page Doublet-Acting BAKING 12 o«v POWDER can Ann Plage First Quality PEANUT 1 Ibv BUTTER .... ,,.. Jar Now on Sale! February Womans Day—only 2o 20c I5c (Oc lona Spinach lona Green Cut Beans Dromedary Cranberry Sauce Dromedary • Pimientos A. & P. Spanish Style Tomato Sauce A, &P, Apple Sauce _. No. 2 can ||e _-__2 No. 2 cam 25c .2 -1 lb. i oz. jars 29c 2 oz. jar 8ft 8 oz. can §£ No, 2 can -}\ 'd OLD DUTCH CLEANSER appear to the within schedule are * oo ItQr hearing

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