The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1943
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Hie Algotta, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 13, 1943 WPB GRANTS WEST BEND PRIORITIES FOR SOYBEAN JOB West Bend—R. W. Jtirgens; manager of the West Bend Elevator Co., received a telegram from the War Production Board which stated that priorities had been granted for a soybean expeller for West Bend. Work on constructing the building for the West Band plant will start soon. it will be located along the railroad right-of-way near the A. H. Bonnstetter'farm. ( , Mrs. Ronald Walker returned frdni a month's visit with her hus^ band at Camp Hood, Texas. Miss Many Montag of Freemont, Nebr., spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montag. Pvt. ReX fionnstetter of Camp, Beale, Calif., is visiting at the home of his parerits, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bonnstetter. Lieut. Charles Boevers arrived from California to spend his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fogarty and children spent last Sunday with her parents ijear Milford. MM. Fogarty's brother was hdme oil a furlough and a family gathering was held in his honor. Stephen B. Williams came from Canton, Mo., last week to spend a two weeks vacation with his mother, Mrs. T. W. Williams. Mr. Williams will teach music in the college at summer school, I $ * IV *$> You'll have touring fever. Will you have a car? Even the wizard auto industry can't switch from arms to autos overnight. After the Axis cracks, much time will pass before designers, engine builders, plastic- makers, accessory plants, glassworks, and the great assembly lines can again bring you a better new car. Probably you're pining to win yourself peace by setting out as soon as you can for Grand Canyon, perhaps —or for Bigtown or the Coast—or for the old folks {jWhom you haven't seen since rationing started. The car l^ffifiSJjSfsfir firat—50. chances to 1—is your, all- , <-** ^P^'cex, encouraged to'last its limit by r<l '''jEaotor oil... oil that OIL-PLATES !•... oil' 'Vice of engine acids! |T ; aidn't first bring these acids./Ordinary engine {'^Tbustion has always bottled acids inside, as your , agine stopped. When stops were brief and your engine fS heated up fully on long runs, the acids were not so harm- V ful. But now limited speed, comparative coolness and long lay-upa invite acids to bite hard and corrode metals. Corrosive air and water, you know, are checked by chromium-plating. And corrosive engine acids are ' checked by OIL-PLATING, closely deposited on inner parts by patented Conoco Nth oil, with its, added modern synthetic inducing a sort of "magnetism." This can long maintain OIL-PLATING on surfaces that you want shielded from acids and depreciation. Don't wait... OIL-PLATE! Get N"> oil at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Continental Oil Company / CONOCO MOTOR OIL MARY JANE EIGLER OFFENTONNOW , GRADUATE NURSE Fenton—Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Eigler ahd granddaughter, Sharon Lee Eigler, left Sunday morning for Clinton. Enroute they stopped over Sunday >at Montezuma to visit Bertha Gross. Monday, they went on to Clinton to attend graduation exercises of the Jane Lamb Memorial Hospital Training School for Nurses. Their daughter, Mary Jane, is a member of the class. Exercises and a reception were held Tuesday evening, May llth. The Eiglers will also visit briefly With the Derwood Eiglers at Cedar Rapids. They were expected home Wednesday. LEGIQN AUXILIARY AT WOLFE HOME FRIDAY The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. W. R. Wolfe on Friday afternoon. Fourteen members answered roll call by naming a favorite flower. Visitors were Mesdames Ed Schlei, J. A. Schwartz, Wilbert Holldorf, O. J. Ranney and John Wallace. Mrs. Wallace displayed the Purple Heart they received for their son, Pvt. Gordon. A report on the Titonka meeting was given by Mrs. Hans Baags, county president. A yearly report of this unit was given by Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mrs. Earl Dean will be hostess to the next meeting. - ® Marjorie Brown of Mason City spent the week-end at the parental Fred Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles and Ronald spent Sunday at the parental Henry Weiners, near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krause and Bryan William and Bobbie of Renwick visited at the Theo. Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Beth Ann, Miss Fern Carlson and Mrs. Tena Newel enjoyed dinner Sunday in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Watson and Sandra Rae of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Tietz were Sunday guests at the parents John Gramenzs. Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter of Klemme spent Sunday are parents of Mrs. Milton Weisbrod. Vernon Finnestad and Dorothy Loans COULD YOU USE $50 - $100 - $200 OR MORE RIGHT NOW? , i Get the money you need through us. Store bills, doctor- 'bills, insurance, taxes, buy clothes, feed and livestock — easy monthly payments. Special plan for the farmers. Confidential. L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. FREE ESTIMATES ON Ann Cody, who attended Augus- tana Academy at Canton, S. D., arrived home Saturday for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. John FinneStad and children were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the August Sorenson home at Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod are parents of a 7'/4 pound girl born Saturday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. This is their flrst child. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and family and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wallace and family were Sunday guests at the Earl Wallace home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber, Billy and Stephen, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Janice were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Raymond Stobeer home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt, Derwood and Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Pamela were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Leo Steven home near Woden. Sunday visitors at the C. F. C. Laage home were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Betty Jean, Mrs. Jimmy Peterson dnd Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wilberg and Dickie of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller drove to Randalia Friday and attended the school picnic there. Their daughter, Viola, who taught there, accompanied them home for her vacation. Edith Laage, Mrs. Hugo Stark, Betty Jean Schwartz, all of Des Moines, and Mrs. Karl Schwartz of Rockwell City came Friday night for a week-end visit with home folks. Mrs. Glen Shrum and daughter, Ramona, left Saturday for their home at St. Louis, Mo., after a two week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, and family and other relatives. Mrs. Emma Curry, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Baker, in Armstrong, accompanied her son, Frank, back to Chicago Saturday for an indefinite visit. He had been visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tietz and Bobby of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and David, Freeman- Wolfe and T. N. McFall' were entertained at dinner Sunday at the John Tieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and Wilfred of Armstrong and Mrs. Anna Osborn visited Sunday at the Clarence Osborns. In the evening all of them drove to Grant to attend the baccalaureate services. Eme,rson Kelly, a grandson of Mrs. Osborn, is a member of the graduating class. Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Staples of Chico, Calif., are here visiting at the Harry Haase and Peter Hayenga homes. Cpl. Staples is stationed at Camp Howze, Texas, and is enjoying a 10-day furlough. This is their first visit here. Mrs. Staples is a cousin of Mrs. Haase and a niece of the Hayengas. KIP AIRS Prompt, expert service on repairs- for any make oi furnace. We'll help you be sure your furnace Is kept in good shape. The factory provides us with 24-hour- a-day service on genuine repair parti for Green Colonial furnaces. NEW FURNACES? H TOUT prciant funuc* U beyond u>« it rapilr. you can lUll buy • n*w Gr*M Colonial. Aik ul about It. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 X. Dodge 81 ALGONA, IOWA GREEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE t "' ,' ? START NOW— To Renovate Yon Home! We have a!! tto i<: tste to 4o the job.,, Lowe Broa, and Forman Ford pamte for intrenbr and esterier \m »• t Insulation for eopjer homes in summer and warmer hamej in winter,,, Lumber for fwm tnubUngti an'd repair work ,.. Barb wire for better fencing fasiJitiej, Keep i}l your is buildingf in gopd repajr for Iht duration. Don't Jet ^ — NOTICED OF HEARING ON ISSTAHL1SHM121VT In The Matter of Drainage DUtrlct Sub 1. of Uralii •. Ho. 08, ICoHMutli Couuty f lowii To Casper & James Thllges, Rose llldenour and Charles Hanselman, owners of the real estate -hereinafter described: To tne Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa, Llenholder and Jncum brarcer of a portion of said real estate hereinafter described: To John P. Bormann, Township Clerk pf Sherman Township, Kos- sun. County, Iowa, and the County Highway system of Kossuth County, Iowa, and to all actual occupants, and to all persons havlrg or claim- Ing any right, 'title or Interest In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: SHERMAN TOWNSHIP (94-28) The East % Northwest <4 Northwest 14, East % Southwest % Northwest %, Northeast % Northwest 'A, Southeast V4 Northwest ti, West % Northwest % Northeast V4, West % Southeast % Northwest % Northeast %, Northeast *4 Southwest %, East V4 Northeast % Northwest VI Southwest V4 all In Section 26, Township 94, Range 28; and all public highways Included In District. You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is' now pending before the Board of Supervisors of Kossutt' County, Iowa, a petition signed by more than 25% of the owners of said land, asking that a competent engineer be appointed to oxanjlro and survey said lands; that a drainage district be established Including said lands and other lands located In said District that may properly be Included, and that such ditches and drains be constructed within said district as will drain the surface water from said lands; that the public bereflt, utility, health, convenience, and welfare will be promoted by ditching, tiling and draining said lands and by changing the water course therein. That the drainage of said terrltorv car be aflected by d-eepenlng and relaying and lengthening an existing tile line; that said tile line will begin at approximately the North 1-16 corner of the Southwest % of Section 26-94-28 and run thence Ir a Northerly and Easterly direction, and such other lateral drains as may be necessary to afford an outlet to all of the land tributary to said main drainage system, and which will effectually drain said territory. That the engineer so appointed has reported favorably thereon, recommending the establishment of said District. That said report and plan has been approved by the Board of Supervisors aa a tentative plan for'said improvement. That the said report ahd plans may be amended before the flnul action by the Board of Supervisors or establishment of said District. For a more complete description of the proposed drain, see Engineer's report on file, That the same will come up for hearing before the Board of Supervisors of Kofrsuth County, Iowa, at the Courthouse In Algona, Iowa, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the J6th day of June, 1943. That all claims for damages except claims for land required for right of way, and.all objections to the establishment of said District (Tor any reason must -be made In writing and filed In the office of the County Auditor at or before the time set for such hearing. - Witness my official signature with the Seal of Kossuth County. Iowa, hereto affixed this 4th day of May, 1943. '' . ' • • •' • (Seal) E. S. KINSBY. Audltpr. Brood Sows Off Feed There i§ blight in our Oflts. Sow? an4 pigs dp pot relish, this ieed. Ww«t Grpve service at your disposal. It is free. L«t me iflfprm you how to mate the best sow rgtiup and pig meal that y w ever Ifs4 at no* to ewjsoj $4Q per $2 per }09 Ibs. Your feed complete without W»}nut to tt» 'teoja,; writs ~w ; H» HENRY OLTHOFFS, LAKOTA, DINE BECKERS SUNDAY Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olthoffl gave a wedding dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Vera, and Arnold Becker, who were married Jast week Wednesday. Seventy-seven guests enjoyed a delicious dinner after which the happy couple opened their many beautiful wedding gifts. Mrs. Rose Rahmstock helped with cooking and serving the meal and Violet Koppen and Lillian Krosch were waitresses. The color scheme of decoration for the rooms and the table were red, white and blue and the girls wore red, white and blue aprons and caps. Favors were flags on candy pedestals and napkins of the same colors. Coincident of the events are that the groom came from camp at Seattle, Wash., and arrived on Wednesday, April 28; they were married on Wednesday, May 5, and left Wednesday, May 12, for Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Becker will remain with her husband -until he goes out with his ship. Among those present were the Roy Ennens, Lone Rock; the Henry Ennens, Elmore; Rempt Ennen and the George Ennens, Lakota; the Vance Lesters and the Jasper Steenhards, Swea City; the John Miners, Spring Valley, Minn.; the Rufus Olthofls, the Chris Asmus- sons, the Nick Koppens, the Gust Koppens, the Peter Koppens, the Otto Koppens, Lakota; the Martin Beckers, Burt; Mrs. Will S. Evans and family, Elmore, Minn; Kath- crine Becker, sister of the groom, and his brothers, Martin Becker, Robert Becker and Ray Becker and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and several other friends of the couple, all of the Lakota vicinity. The Henry Ennens, Elmore, Minn., the Roy Ennens, Lone Rock, the Vance Lesters, Swea City, and the George Ennens had a surprise birthday party Friday night honoring Mrs. Arnold Becker. The Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote, Armstrong, a former pastor of the Lakota-Ledyard churches, called on 3 number of friends here Friday afternoon and were supper guests at the Charles Eggerths. In the evening Mrs. J. H. Warburton accompanied them to Ledyard to CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking orders for June and July deliveries. All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODAY. — Also May Ducklings — Swek City Hatchery Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 14-tf attend the senior class play. "Gabriel, Blow Your Horn," in which Eva UM Eggerth, ft seniof, had a part. LAST CALL ON Hybrid Corn We have limited stocks of 100 day; 116 day and Iqwa 939 — All Henry Field's Famous High Yielding—Record Breaking Mule - Hybrid - Corn Get Yours NOW While Supply La*ts 4.8O bu.up White's Market ALGONA, IOWA Tke AMERICAN WOMAN* COOK BOOK WITH ANT $1.00 PURCHASE Sorry fhese books were out of slock for a lime. Come in and 'gel yours now I SAUER KRAUT 15c NO POINTS NECESSARY 32-ot. Glass Beef Liver 33 FRESH SLICED Lb. 6 RED POINTS PRUNES 13C .ft 70-80 SIZE SIM'S CEREAL 10-ox. lottle MALT-O- WHEAT FAMOUS DURKEE'S DRESSING HEINZ BEEF STEAK SAUCE.. ,'„ FRENCH'S MUSTARD ...2; •REAKFAST CEREAL KELLOGG'SPEP. ..,2<< SUNSWEET—LARGE SIZE PRUNES ......... * NATIONAL EVAP, MILK , FINIST GRANULATED SB!- s - 33c YEAST FOAM £• 9c •AKINO POWDER *' CALUMET .......... 'fiMfio NATION SLICED—U Bed Folntl per lb. BfllLED HAM..... ^ 29e Small, 'rendered 5 t ls . ' MA WIENERS LB. 29 C COAttSE UHUUMII, OOTWTBV 8T\TLE BOLOGNA . !„££ Lb 25c COOKED—8 Bed Polnti per lb. ' SALAMI .w*,iee Pork Liver, 5 pts. - lb. f 9C Bacon Ends, 14 pts. - lb. 23c RINDLESS, SLICED BACON Tendered, Skinned HAMS oTib Whole or Shank Half 7 Pts. Vz-Lb. 4 Red Points CM JWIITJ»I1L IRAND-Uit St«»p N0. IVOBV SOAP TOILIT JOAP VOX SOW* TWlfT 9 WP SWEET AMD TENDER WILL-FILLED PODS Carrots »'„?! IVORY SNOW mi M* 9 ^- w*-<* rif, wt ^^BPfr i- A ,( mm

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