The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1943
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the Altona Upper Pea Moincs, Algoiia, Iowa, September 2, 1943 AMERICAN LEGION ORGANIZES POST NO. 664, LUVERNE LuVeme-'-On Friday evening an American Legion Post was organized in LuVerne when some twenty men hiet at the Cummuh* ity hall. A number of these men have belonged to posts in other towns but an organization had never been completed here. This Post will be known at the Ernest Merkle Post No, 684. Installation of the following officers will be held next week. They are Walter Kngel, commander; JR. L. Corbin, Vice commander; Arthur Dimler, post adjutant; Harold Phillips, finance officer; Arthur Riley historian and Herman Meyer chaplain. Besides these the following constitute the membership: Carl Swanson, Grover Rentz, Arthur Maas, Cecil Huff, Frank Qronsbach, August Pergande, Alvln Hardcopf, Irvln Chapman, Nels Jensen, Ervin Barton, Henry Hanselman, Harry Chrlstensen, Grover Prim, Edw. Gramenz, William Gash, Fred Kruse, Chas. Hinz, all veterans of World War 1 and Fred Goetsch, Erhardt Meyer and Chas. Kwallek, who have received honorable discharges in the present war. The Rev. Clarence Thompson, Larabee, Iowa, Mrs.. Irvin Burghardt and daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Wolfe, Britt, visited at the parental Wm. Thompson home over the weekend. FOK MS FOR ffitnf V Awnw^^nBBWWIW^^MMMMBMM^^^MMIi^^VtMeWI Pepsi-Cola Company, long Island City, N. Y. ' Franchise* Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE RURAL SCHOOU IN SWEA-EAGLE OPENED MONDAY Swea-Eagle *- Rural schools open Monday. Girls and boys of school age were busy getting ready for school this week. Most rural children have found the summer vacation too short on account of the heavy farm work, much rain, and the youngsters have had an endless job pulling weeds. Rural schools open August 30, the teachers are as follows: Eagle township No. 1, Alice Uhr, Swea City; No. 2, Mrs. John Anderson, Swea City; No. 3, Carol Stuart, Buffalo Center; No. 4, Dorothy Stewart, Buffalo Center; No. 5, Selma Almberg, Armstrong. Swea township, No. 2, Doris Briggs, Swea City; No. 3, Lavonne Telkamp, Swea City; No. 4, Mrs. Burnell Madden, Armstrong; No. 5, Lois Looft, Seneca; No. 8, Maxine Cody, Fentoh. Fern Isaacson is now employed as office assistance at the Linde Implement Co. Olive Crossley of Ames, visited last week at the home of Edith, Alice and Myrtle Molinde'r. Freda Bergson left Sunday for Newell, where she will teach third grade in the Newell Public school. Mr. and Mrs. John Jonberg and Jannet Thacker, left last Wednesday for a five day camp at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cassem are the parents of a son, born August 22. He has been named Dennis Marlyn. Mr. Farmer— If you are needing Lumber for repairing your buildings, we have plenty of dimension Lumber, sheathing, rough boards, shiplap, and some drop siding. ' See us also for paints, linseed oil, barb wire, white cedar posts, creosoted posts, and coal. Let us talk over your building problems with you today. See Our Hog Feeders They Are Dandies! Put In Your Coal Today! Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son ''*''Nftr»-««!^/^ Halgar Peterson of Kansas City, Mo., visited last week at the home of his wife's parents, Andrew Bergs, and his parents at Rlng- sted. Sgt. Ellis W. Jonberg, who has been stationed at Camp Berkeley, Texas, since a year ago last April, has recently been transferred to a camp in Arizona. Miss Mildred Thorson and Bernice Larson returned last week Friday from a week's stay in Detroit, Michigan, where they visited Mildred's brother Orville Thorson, who is in army camp near there. Mrs. Walter C. Peterson, Mrs. Emil Larson and her granddaughter Cheryle LaRae Torine visited from Wednesday until Saturday at the home of Mrs. Larson's daughter, Mrs. Gordon Graham, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Simmons received word from their son Pvt. Jacob W. Simmons, stationed at Ontario, Calif., that he has been transferred to Bloomington, Indiana, for special training at the University of Indiana. Ruby Berg, who spent four weeks vacation here at the home of her parents, Andrew Berg's, returned to Kansas City, Mo., Thursday where she is stenographer at the North American Aviation Corporation. Mr. and'Mrs. Art E. Anderson and son Bobby attended the Emmet County 4-H Club achievement day at Estherville last Thursday, An evening feature was a Flag Drill by the Swea City Farmer's Saddle Club. Martin Gable's entertained last Tuesday night the threshing men of their run, including their wives and families at a luncheon and all the ice cream everyone could eat. The threshing crew pulled onto his farm at five P. M. and stayed by and finished at ten o'clock. When through Mr. Gable promised them treats, it being a Saturday night. Mrs. Hazel Starr and Mrs. Harry Berggren of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Howard Starr of Seattle, Washington, came last week for a few weeks visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Anderson at "Anderson's Oaks." Miss Dorothy Lindie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindie, expects to return with her aunt, Mrs. Howard Starr, where she will enter college. Dorothy graduated from Swea City High School last spring. MM^^ OTTOSEN NEWS ST. JOE NEWS Karoline Kirsch of Des Moines arrived here Thursday for several days' visit with relatives and friends. Jimmie and Janice Scuffham of near Algona spent several days last week with Franklin and Shirley Wagner. A large number from here attended the Sacred Heart church, Livermore, cafeteria style supper Sunday evening. Mary Evelyn Bormann and Helen Becker spent ^several days visiting at the Jack LeBrenn home near Dell Rapids, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas received a letter Saturday from 'heir son, Wilfred, announcing' he lad arrived safely in North Africa. Delores Erpelding of here and Yvonne Fuhrmann > of Livermore, went to Des Moines last week where they have secured employment. Billy Nihls returned to his home at Fort Dodge where he will attend Sacred Heart school after spending the summer at Sylvester Vagners. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker was baptized Jo Ann at St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Mrs. Herman Becker and Ray Becker. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker was baptized Arthur Harold last Sunday in St. ~oseph's church by Father Dailey f Pocahontas. Sponsors were Mr. nd Mrs. Harold Thul. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Srnst' Bormann was baptized Sugene Sebastian last Sunday by ather Dailey \jn St. Josph's hurch. Sponsors were Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas and Sebastian Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and Judy Kay and Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at the Mary Schiltz home at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson, and daughter, Mrs. Reuben Simpson, Goldfield, were Sunday guests at Clifford Holmes. Comparing the Cost (Remarkable Savings Under the Federal Land Bank Loan Plan) At end years At end of 10 years years At end of 39 years At end of 34H years $5.000 Federal Land Bank Loan at 4% You Have You Still TOTAL Paid Owe $1,350 $4,6|6.76 $5,966.76 ' 2,700 4,149.59 '6,849.59 I 4,050 3,5804^ .7,63043 j 5,400 2,885.93 8,285.93 9,203 Nothing! 9,803,00 $5,000 Ordinary Private Mortgage at 4% You Have You Still TOTAL Paid Owe $1,000 $5,000 $ 6,000 2,000 5,000 7,000 3,000 5,000 8,000 4,000 5,000 9,000 ', . 5,000 11,900 $5,000 Ordinary Private Mortgage at 4Va%> You Have You Still TOTAL Paid Owe $1,125.00 $5,000 $ 6,125.00 2,250.00 5,000 7,250.00 3,375.00 5,000 8,375.00 4,500.00 5,000 9,500.00 7,762,50 5,000 12,7*62.50 $5,000 Ordinary Private Mortgage at 5% You Have You Still Total Paid Owe $1,250 $5,000 $ 6,250 2,500 5,000 7,500 3,750 5,000 8,750 5,000 5,000 10,000 8,625 5,000 13,625 "buy" a loan on your farm, too. in fbji Tease, the cost not just for today, but also for ' toJwo center not only what yo W pay o«t, but- also what you pwe after you pay out. > ' . • The table here shows how the cost of a Federal cause VOL ttofyo° p Pank 3 * ets y ° U u a substantial saving be, fe* "*"* ?* *"* I"***** 1 v ery W Rev * r S™! * 9 ww?y 9boilt gett "«5 wp?ry ?. bowt Raying a WWwal pom, to WQrry about the intent rate being mm, ifc Clarence Reese took a truck load of stock to Sioux City Sunday. Mrs. Sam Kropf spent Friday and Saturday at the Otto Wiess home. Allen Watnem spent last week at the Lawrence Hansen home near Whittemore. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Molstem of Utica, Minn., came Thursday to visit at the Cliff Lauder home,, returning home Monday. Donald Struthers and Dick, cf Ames, came Saturday evening to the Wasan Struthers home. Dick remained for a week's visit. Mrs. I. Lovig, of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Henry Lovig and Barbara, visited Wednesday at the D. E. Young home at Rolfe. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Long and Doris Shipley, hostesses. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L. J. Bremsen and Mrs. Ralph Richards as hostesses. Mrs. Delmar Kinseth of Bodo and Miss Velma Kinseth, of Des Moines, were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fischer and son of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lee, of Armstrong were Sunday visitors at the Clarence Re"ese home. Mr. and Mrs. James Togeas and Jimmy, and Mrs. Herman Lambert and Linda, of Fort Dodge, were callers at the Roy Jacobson home Thursday. Swadrup Nelson returned home last week Thursday from the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines where he had been for some time under medical treatment. Mrs. Tom Chantland of Badger, Mr. and Mrs. Will Chantland and grandosn, Dennis, of Bode, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Watson Struthers home. Miss LaVonne Sherburne of Waterloo, Miss Edith Bartels, of Westgate, Miss Florence Rasmussen of Manson and Miss Besler of Cedar Falls, came last week before starting their teaching duties here. tfc Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards went to Marshall, Minn., where they visited relatives Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Clara Solberg and Mrs. Hannah Hansen also accompanied them. Mrs. Hansen visited at the Dale Manugson home near Milroy. A miscellaneous shower Wa8 held at the Lutheran thufeh par* lors Thursday afternObn in honor of Mrs. Paul Espbrtsia, Jr., flee Mavis Holt. The bride received many lovely gifts. There was en« tertainment and a lunch was served by the hostess. WWVWWVYWVVWJVVW.V- H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling- WALDORF COLLEGE FOREST CITY, IOWA A COLLEGE OF EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES Courses offered in LIBERAL ARTS TEACHER TRAINING ENGINEERING BUSINESS TRAINING • Woldorf is an accredited junior college which has served the state, the community, and the church for more than forty ; years in the field of Christian Education. Write For Informotio'n I ,Jl| "PREPARE YOURSELF FOR EFFECTIVE SERVICE" Jar Covers NATIONAL BRAND WHOLE ALLSPICE ........ IC--GLASS • ;TOP SEAL Pkg. of •12' , «~ 13c SUG A R 34c GRANULATED BEET Lbi. £- 24c . 25c Jar Rubbers REG. 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