The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1943
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14" towa. Septemfee* 2, 1943 Miss Bcvcflcy Ktait&y returned ^Saturday from Des Moines where she had spent the summer em- . Ployed in the government plant at -Ankeny. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese, she is a senior in Algona high this year. Rex Voyles, who has been employed at the Algona • Maytag store the past two or three years, Jeft Sunday to go into the Seabees. His brother, Vernon, is now working at the store. The boys are sons of Mrs. Glenn 'Crilly. Mrs. Wilina Brown was a guest last week at her sister's, , Mrs. Chris Wallukait. She came up from her home in Humboldt to take back her little daughter, Sharon, who has been visiting here all summer with the Walluk- aits. Mrs. Harry Greenberg came Saturday from Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she has spent several months with her husband Who is a lieutenant in the army, and is visiting Harry's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg, am sister, Mrs. D. £>. Alt. Lavonnc Wolcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wolcott, is expected home for the week enc from Omaha, Nebraska, where she has been for the past month itudying at the Electronic-Television-Radio Institute. LaVonne has about six or eight weeks left schooling there. LaVonne has Deen in the advanced classes nf the school. Illllllllllll Income Tax Notice Many persons are required to file a Declaration of Estimated 1943 income tax prior to September 15, 1943, who perhaps are unaware of Government Regulations. A penalty is inflicted unless those, required to file do file such Declaration by September 15 and pay at least % of the estimated tax. Persons actually farming who derive 80% of I their income from farming do not haVe to file until ! December 15. Persons merely owning farms which they rent are required to file by September 15. If you work on a salary from which withholdings have been made from,your wages, you will not be required to file providing you are a single person earning less than $2700.00 a year, or a married person making less than $3,500.00, unless you have other in- come'in addition to your salary of $100.00 or more, in which case you .too must file by September. 15. Farm hands who are single making over $500.00 per year gross or a married person making over $1200.00 gross must file returns. If you are uncertain as to whether or not you are required to file on September 15,'you should consult your attorney. Those required to file Declaration on September 15 should bring their books of accounts and copies of the 1942 income tax returns with them. • This is, a new Federal Law and only those persons having knc^dge ^thereof are qualified to advise ; you conceding the many new innovations con- j tained therein. , . . j * ' : These returns must be on file in the Collector's I office on September 15. Don't wait until the last I few days or it may be impossible to handle all I Declarations within the time required. I * • Ruth, and Mrs/G. W, Stillma and daughter, Marcia, are expect ed home this evening from De Moines where they spent the pas two days. Geneva Scarhlach came Tucs day evening for an indefinite staj with her father, C. C. Scharlach She has been employed in De Moines the past few years as sec retary to E. O. Fenton, presiden of the A. I. B. Marie Scmon, Valerian Jentz o Fenton, Irvin Vuttear and Georgt Peril were in Iowa City last week from Wednesday until Frida •« •' *-«»*^.>JV*M j irtill/lJ. J7AJUH visiting Irvin's brother; £ob, who is a medical student at the' University of Iowa. " Elvie Vera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, began Monday working at the Call Theatre as bookkeeper a,nd cashier. She is taking the place of Mrs. Willarc Zeigler, who is leaving soon to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kolte have been visiting relatives in Livermore and LuVerne this week. Bob IllllllllllliSi wil1 leave for the army in a day or so. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry gave a farewell diner on Wednesday evening honoring Bob. O. D. Shumway, II. W. Miller, Mart Weaver, and C. R. LaBarre were week end fishermen at the LaBarre cottage at Clear Lake. The group spent some time fishing with Dennis Goeders, former Al- gonian, who now lives at the lake Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson an daughter, Meredith, and Mr. an Mrs. H. W. Becker returned Sun day from a week's vacation spen at a cottage at Okoboji. The found the fishing good, and mad a nice catch of perch, croppies walleyes and blue gills. Barbara Pool, daughter of Mr and Mrs. M. J. Pool, recently ac cepted a teaching position in a da> nursery at Rockford, Illinois, and began her work thei^e August 16 She was graduated this summer from a kindergarten course a Iowa State/Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan lef Tuesday by train for Ontario Canada, where they will spend two weeks on a lake about forty- five miles north of Fort Frances The trip is being made for the benefit of Mr. Linnan's hay fever which is more severe than usual this year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crapser received word recently that their daughter, Vivian, has been transferred to the yeoman school at Stillwater, Okla. She is in the WAVES and prior to going to Stillwater had completed preliminary training at Hunter College, New York. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, arrived Wednesday from California where she had been spending- the summer. She visited with her parents and friends,, and then left Sunday for Swaledale where she will teach The new public school athletic coach, Gene Hertz, has moved into the Young duplex on South Jones Street. Violet Ilaibrook returned Sunday from a two week's vacation spent in Indianola, Omaha, and Mason City. Verena Krieps of Chicago spent the last several days at the .home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Krieps, of Algona. The Chan Dailey family hav moved into the Esther Helber home, formerly occupied by th E. J. Hermansons. Miss Virginia Danielson of De Kossuth Co. Bar Association IIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||I N ^ 'wwwwvwuwwwww^ .am A. & ' • Kossuth's quota for the Third War Loan during the month of September is $1,153,000, and the Algona quota is $220,000. We invite you to buy your bonds from us. Our bond department offers y6u quick, confidential courteous service. You will be doing your part by investing in the government bonds that will helo to equip our fighting men and bring the war to an end as quickly as possible. And the bonds that you buy will be a saving for the future—buy a whole shelf pf bonds, buy all you can, and after the war is over, you will have that nest egg which will make a home of your Own a re- ality-Ythe kind of a home i 5 -. every service man in the | J country has been fighting for and dreaming about. The Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association is always , pleased to diseuiss^with you'ypur financing; Our plan enables you _ to pay fpr your hpme in regular monthly payments, just like rent, until eventually the Ipan Is paid and the hpuse is your own, debt free. The Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association & Horns Uans ajjd piYidends Siace 1917 15- «m the third and fourth grade. Swale- dale is just south' of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keefe came Monday and are visiting her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. George Banwart, and other relatives for a few days. Mr. Keefe expects to leave soon for California, and his wife will follow him a little later They have been living at Alden where Bernard has been in the barbering business. i J. D. Cawthorne of the S. and L. store has rented the Mrs. Bertha Michel house on E. Kennedy street. Mrs. Cawthorne and little daughter arived Wednesday and will make their home here. They have been living in Ada, Minn., the past few months. Mr. Cawthorne came here from the S. and L. store at Aberdeen, S. D. ' Mr. and Mrs. Win. MMenberger and family of Mason City are spending this week in Algona with the letter's brother, Roy Crapser, and family. Roy, who has been unable to work, for the past six weeks because of blood poisoning in his arm, is recovering, and hopes to return to his duties at the Percival Motors next week. Raymond Henry is spending a few days in Moline, Illinois* in preparation to becoming a traveling, representative of the John Deere Co. Raymon who has been employed at the local John Deere store the past few years will now be assistant to Max Miller, local representative. The new position is a nice promotion for him. The territory covers several counties. T. F. O'llalre, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, has accepted a position with the Woods ! Bros., manufacturers of threshing machines, in Des Moines and arrived in Des Moines last week begin the new work. Mrs. O'Hair the former Eugenia Rist, an daughter, Ann, will join him ther as soon as living quarters ar found. The O'Haires have lived i Washington, D. C. the past twelv or fourteen years. Peter Chubb left Wednesday fo his. home in Santa Monica, Calif after a few days here, with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chubb, and other relatives. Peter has been a Rochester the past few days going through the clinic. He has been having some trouble with arthritis. His mother-in-law,. Mrs. M J. Quinn, and little Mary Helen Brennan of Emmetsburg spen Monday and Tuesday in Algona while Peter was here. Mrs. Chubb was the forme? Philomena' Quinn T* L ' ?£,$ CeiFI ' u * took -M*v an* Mrs. Ernst ThieJ! to Pes Moines Friday and Ernst is now a patient at the Veteran's •hospital; there. His health has not been 1 the. best the past two weeks, Mrs, fhiel remained in Des Moines with him. While af the' hospital Mr: Merrtn called on Fred Tread, 8 former Algoiuan who recently underwent a goitre' operation;, and iff recoverT ing mcely, and also on George Splkings; well known Algpna veteran of the Spanish American War. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. JL,, J>its, WO r»i have moved back to Algona from wm^ 4 erejww Uvlng at W WWiams, They spent the pasl year at Ames while their, son, Dick, attended Jowa State College. Dick will go into the army September If. Tbeir other time Upper §i In tfi Moines, a sister of Mrs, Chri Reese, was a visitor in Algona over the week-end. Jean Murtash, daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, leaves today for Clarinda, where she wil begin her new teaching job on Monday. Miss Irene Carman spent o week's vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lou Carman. Irene s employed at Younker's Salon n Des Moines. The Kenneth Mcdins of Esther Itru and the Russe11 Medins of Whittemore were here Sunday isiting their parents, Mr. and wrs. Sam Medin. Mrs. Dorrence Grccr has gone o Laredo, Texas, to be with her usband, who was recently trans- erred. Her stay is indefinite ns et. She is the former, Virginia Morck. Mary Amunson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson leaves Sunday for Cornell College, Mount Pleasant. Mary is a graduate this year of the Algona High School. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson have been notified their son, Truman Simpson was recently promoted to a sergeant's rating in the . J?' , Force - H e is stationed at Barksdale Field, La. Ruth Ann Martin came Sunday from a visit with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Martin. She has just completed an accelerated medical secretarial course at the Rochester Junior College. Mary Kathrine Merryman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman, underwent a major operation recently at Iowa City. Wary Kathrine will convalesce at he home of her sister in Ceda Rapids. Bob LaBarre returned to Kan as City last week after visiting icre with his parents, Mr. am Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, and his wife nd child. Bob is employed at th» Vorth American Aircraft Cor- oration. Mrs. Mary Hill and her son and 'ife, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hill nd the Hills' daughter, Mrs. Jirn .hodes of Fort Dodge were visitors Monday at the Hugh Colwell home. Mrs. Hill is Mrs. Colwell's mother, and Lester is her brother Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Jones of Eugene Combs of Camp Roberts, Calif., came Wednesday on a fifteen day furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Combs.. Staff Sergeant Roger Combs spent the previous weekend with his parents. The boys' brother, Lt. Robert Combs, was recently killed in action, supposedly in the Aleutians. Lt. Milton Morling and his wife stopped at Emmetsburg last week while enroute to the East where the lieutenant has been transferred to one of the Army Air Force Intelligence Schools. He had been stationed previously at Rapid City, South Dakota, at the air base, being in the quarter master corps. Mrs. Morling is a sister to Mrs, M. J. Streit, Algona. Jessie Smith, who has been employed for a number of years at the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory began work Wednesday the Algona Insurance Agency, succeeding Jean Kinsey, who was married Monday to Ferris Miner The Miners have gone to Coleman, Texas, where they will make their home. Ferris is an army flying instructor there. Mrs. C. J. Schoellen and daughters, Maurine and Beatrice, and son Cpl. Richard Schoellen of Camp Davis, North Carolina, and Miss Barbara Pfeffer of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday at the Mike Pfeffer home. Mrs. Loss and daughter, Princilla, of Algona were supper guests also. Mrs. L G. Pfeffer and sons, Phillip and Lonny of Hawarden, Iowa, spent fr° m Thursday till Sunday at the Mike Pfeffer home east of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cohvcll of San Diego, California, arrived Sunday to visit the former's parents, Mr;, and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Mr. and » *ii ' r. an Mrs, Ottis Day, of Clarion. Willis is a yeoman, second class, in the navy. This is his first leave since he has treen in, which is about two years. Willis wbfRs 16 the o a lieutenant. His wife Is the o- er Dorothy Ddf Vho wrfs employ.* .?* th . e J. ow . a State Bank for « while. Willis has a 21-day leave. IT'S Balance THAT PAYSI Minral •TfaBBBtji GIVE YOUR HOGS r C ° r " rfltion - redu « your feeding costs. Minral contains mineral*, proteins, and conditioners all In one bog—the elements ntperts say can save 5 bu. corn for every 100-lb. gain, compared with feeding corn alone. Get a trial bag on our -b9ck guarantee. White's Market Phone 631 E. state -— -••" «• » * uotbl jLJt *J 4/JlCS Ul Waupaca, Wis., left Monday after a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterson. The Petersons formerly lived at Waupaca before Mr. Peterson purchased The Algona Hardware from J. L. Richardson. Cecil Willey of La Grange, Illinois, visited from Saturday un till Monday at the home of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Willey. Cecil is a salesman at La Grange. Mrs. Glassgow of Spencer fi? d ^ S01 ? of Chica e° stopped at the Willey home Monday. The two took Cecil with them to Chicago Pvt. Francis J. rrerfer of Camp Haan, California, arrived early Thursday to spend an eleven-day furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer. On the return trip Pvt. Pfeffer will be sent to Orlando, Florida. Francis has been in the service twenty-three monts. This is his second furlough. 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