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Thfe Algona Uppei' Des Molncs, Algotifl, I6wa, O«obcf 14; 1943 TWO COMEDIES BY PUBLIC SCHOOL ATWHI1TEMORE Whittemore A school room comedy in one act, entitled "The Little Red School House," will be presented by pupils of the public schools at Presentation Academy hall Friday night,' October 15th. The cast of characters consists of Harriet Schmeling, Thomas Aman, Laola Wichtendahl, Marian Heinrich, Willis Wehrspan, Eldon Mahs, Rodell Rusch, Merlyn Scheller, Francis Quinn, Dean Meyer, Raymond Voigt, Veronn Zumach, Marie Heinrich, William Madsen, Robert Braatz, Harlan, Wichtenclahl, Wayne Scheller, LaVonne Wehrspan, Harlan Vaudt, Beverly Smith, Alvin Schroeder and Merlin Madsen. A duet will be presented by Lloyd Kramer and Laura Lee Bargman. "One Happy Family," a farce in one act, will also be presented the same evening. The cast of characters consists of RUth Ann Behnke, David McKim, Leon Benschoter, Dalph Jessen, Delia Feye, Phyllis Bell, LaVonne Wehr- span and Wilfred Schmeling. The players in the two productions are freshmen and sophomores. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith visited in West Bend Sunday evening at the Ross Vaux home. Mr. and Mrs. Hermart MeycM and Mr. and Mrs. August Gade were Sunday visitors at the Hugo Gade home in Algona. Miss Gertrude Meyer spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke near Lotts Creek. She returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. John Seegebarth and daughters Lydia and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel and son Erick were Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. William Kuecker of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. ES WE HAVE IT! PLENTY OF ROUGH BOARDS IN STOCK, AND ALL KINDS OF SMOOTH BOARDS. MILLER LUMBER CO. PHONE 198 EVEKY DKOP IS FULL OF Dutch Boy Pure White Lead Paint is full of weather-fight} '—there's not a slacker drop in the bucket It's the kind of j paint you want on your house all the time and the kind of; paint' you need on your bouse in wartime. The paint job] [you do now may have to last longer than usual. Dutch} [Boy_ Pure .White Lead Paint doesjQqng-lasting: jobj' , Cowan Building Supply Co. I>istrihiitors of Prntt •& Lambert Paints, Varnishes and Enamels. Dutch Uoy Lead and ready-mixed paints. Uni- Icx Wallpapers—largest selection in Korth Iowa. ALGONA, IOWA FRIDAY. SATURDAY, OCT. 15-16 F'un For the Family Saturday Nile SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 17-18-19 Bob's in the Army .,. and the Army can't Take it. The funniest military laugh-fest since 'Caught in the Draft"! Betty and Bob ...What a Team! What a Romance! What a Riot! lETY McEnroe -Pfeffer Honorees— A 7:30 chicken supper was given Thursday evening at the M. H. McEnroe home honoring Pvt. Henry D. Pfeffer of Camp Gruber, Okla., and Patrick McEnroe, junior assistant purser of the merchant marine. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, parents of Henry, and family, Verna Eischen, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe, parents of Pat, and Patricia, the Leo McEnroe family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Arndorfer and son "Bobby", John. Johnson, Harry Diebler, Helen, Julia, Jim, Louis, and Betty Ann McEnroe. A dinner was given Saturday noon honoring Pvt. Pfeffer, and those attending were: Verna Eischen, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McEnroe and John, Helen and Julia McEnroe, and Gary Zweifel. Dinners honoring Pvt. Henry Pfeffer were given by the following families: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zwiefel, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McEnroe, and Mr. nad Mrs. Matt Bormann. Sorority Rush Season— The local Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held the second in a series of events in their fall rushing season on Tuesday, evening. The affair was in the form of a model meeting held at the home of 'the director, Mrs. Donald Miller. The committee in charge in addition to Mrs. Miller consisted of Phyllis Sandburg, Mrs. Kenneth Brandow and Arlette Skaar. Mrs. Robert Williams was in charge of the program. The preferential tea will be held on Sunday at the home of the Rush Captain, Verabol Ulfers. The committee in charge will be Miss Ulfers, Mrs. R. B. Waller, Mrs. Eugene Hulchins, Kay Mills and Mrs. Max Ulrich. Formal pledging and initiation for the members pledged last spring will be held following a dinner planned for the last weeK in October. Fred Kuecker of Fenton visited their brother's home here, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and family of here and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters Arlene and Phyllis of Depew were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Mrs. W. F. Dau entertained a number of relatives at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Fred Struecker and Mrs. John Rabe, the latter of West Bend, both parties having a birthday Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Walter-Strue- cker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strucker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warner Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Reinen of Wast Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strue- cker and Mr. and Mrs. John Rabe. Portland Twp. Paul Miller left Wednesday to join the army. He has a brother, Pfc. John Miller, now in the service for more than a year. LaVonne Ringsdorf, R. N., left Monday after a week's visit here with relatives. She has written state exams and has gone back to Waverly for the present. Sunday guests at the George Gray home included Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Winnebago, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeWitt and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington and baby. Those from here attending the Federated Clubs meeting in Algona Tuesday were Mesdames Clifford Waltman, Herman Leek, George Gray, Wilbur Stewart, Ted Ringsdorf, Wyatt Stott, Tony Jandl, Hanford Brock, Ray McWhorter and Martin Becker. "75" Club— The members of the Presbyterian 75 club will hold their October meeting on Tuesday evening. The group will meet at the church and go on a hay ride to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keit.h Strayer. Each couple is asked to bring their own wieners and buns and the committee consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Spalding and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt will furnish the dessert and Coffee. All young married couples whosa combined ages totals' less than seventy-five are cordially invited to attend. Congregational Ladies Officers—Election of officers was held at the regular meeting of the Congregational Women's Association last Thursday. They are as follows: President, Mrs. T. L. Larson; first vice-president, Mrs. Earl Sprague; second vice-president, Mrs. D. D. Monlux; secretary, Mrs. E. J. Hough; treasurer, Mrs. Doris Long Pitcher, and missionary chairman, Mrs. B. Si. Southgate. These officers are elected to a term of one year. Men's Club Meets— The Men's Club of the Presbyterian • church held their regular dinner meeting in the church dining room on Wednesday evening. The program committee consisted of Dennis Pratt' and Mark Moore. Guests of the club were members from the Civil Air Patrol, Lloyd Gerber, John Schultz, Milford Platt, Ruth Youngwirth and Dr. W. B. Andrews. Farm Bureau Meeting— The Plum Creek township farm bureau meeting will be held Friday evening beginning at 8:30 at the Center school house. W. C. Taylor has charge of the program, which has to do with farm machinery. There will also be a report of the resolutions committee, and election of new officers. Sewing Club— Mrs. Russell Pickett entertained the members of her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Election of 6fficers was held and the new president chosen was Mrs, Wesley Hardy who succeeds Mrs. Geo'rge Conklin. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Canine-Lindhorst Wedding— The wedding of Charles Lindhorst and Miss Wilda May Canine of New Sharon will be performed Sunday, October 17, at the Methodist church in New Sharon. Charles is the son of Mr. arid Mrs. Homer Lindhorst, Algona. He is a carpenter's male first class in the navy. Ji C. Party— The members of the local Junior Chamber of Commerce entertained their wives at a dinner party in the 'club rooms on Wednesday evening. The evening was spent dancing following an inter- esting program. The tional ladies served the.meaL C. D. of A, Meeting;—. , ' The Catholic Daughters off America will hold their regulfir business meeting tonight (Thurs-* day) in the Academy Hall. Refreshments will be served by a committee consisting of Mrs. Mary Boswell and Mrs. Alida Bradley. Mrs. Raytnon Henry Entertains— A 1:30 luncheon was given recently by Mrs. Raymon Henry. Those attending were: Mrs. Ed Hagg, Mrs. R. J. Burns, Mrs. Hugh Post, Mrs. Elsie Cady, Evelyn .Cady, Mrs. Roy Hutzell, and Mrs. F. M. Sterling. U. S. W. to Meet— The United Service Women will meet Monday, October 18, nt 8:00 p. m., at the Algona library. There will be a talk by Mrs. Mel Peterson and a solo by Mrs. Buegly. Store Picnic— The employees of the Kresensky's store enjoyed a picnic Wednesday, evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5084 September Term, 1943. To All Whom It May Concern: You are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to beahe last Will and Testament of Chris Riggert, Deceased, dated January 29, 1943, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 8th day of No- vmebcr, 1943, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probac- ed and allowed as and for the last Will and Testamtnt of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 11, 1943. HELEN WHITE, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. L. A. WINKEL, Attorney. 41-42-43 Will appreciate More ROOMS Algona people that have closed houses or could possibly rearrange for apartments-rural rooms and apartments welcomed* Please Phone No. 1 Algona Chamber of Commerce QUARTEJtLY STATEMENT, SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District of Algona Independent, Township of Algona, County of Kossuth, for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1943. General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter $40,214.22 Received During This Quarter 1,154.15 Warrants Drawn During This Quarter .'. 15,390.49 Balance at end of This Quarter $25,977.80 School House Fund Balance from Previous Quarter $22,030.74 Balance at end of This Quarter $22,030.74 General Fund—Disbursements Advance Pub. Co $ 89.19 Algona Insurance Agency 5.00 Algona Laundry 13.78 Algona Upper Des Moines 31.57 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co 14.82 American Book Co 13.2f! Blossom Ins. Agency .... 85.60 Blue Star Products 1.58 Botsford Lbr. Co 4.98 Bureau Dental Hygiene 4.JJ4 Bureau Educational Research 4.14 hrischilles Store 1.79 -ity of Algona 165.06 H. Coleman 1.50 Col. Internal Revenue .... 568.40 Cowan Blclg. Supply .... 5.77 Cowan £~ Son 2.00 Bert Cronan 10.93 Elk Cleaners 2.00 Dall Fields 3.00 Foster Furniture 14.S2 Frye Mfg. Co 21.00 Funk & Deim 62.89 Albert Hagg' i.v....-...' 118.80 D. C. Heath. & Co, .1,02 Henry Holt '& Cd. ,.." •' 16.90 Hopkins Sporting', Goods • 30.00 Int. BusinesaJMachitte .,.. 30.00 towa Blind-.Products .... > 216,1 Iowa Reading Circle »..'• 218.37 P. R. Irons . 270.88 Jacobsen Mfg. Co 8.75 Johnson Service Co. .... 254.14 Klipto Loose-Leaf Co 31.42 C. H. Klarrip 10.50 Laidlaw Bros 1.25 Laurel Book Co.'., :.... 2.04 Lyons Band instrument .Serv.. .: 6.25 Macmillan Book Co 3.45 Mahaffey Typewriter Co. 52.30 Maplewood Book Bindery 62.62 J. O. McDowell 25.00 McKinley Pub. Co 14.P.2 Metropolitan Sup. Co 393.13 Midland Chemical Lab. 108.51 Mid-West Bindery 49.00 Mid-West Service 3.80 Nat'l Council Social Studies 3.56 Nat'l Manitenance 8.91 N.W. Bell Telephone .... 73.05 F. S. Norton & Son 277.24 A. J. Nystrom 39.44 Pacific Press 3.30 Petty Cash , 34.91 H. A. Phillips 1.30 Post Dray & Transfer .... 30.00 Mrs. B. H. Potter 2.00 Pratt Electric 73.02 Reid-Way Corp 29.30 Reminder 5.25 Richards Chemical Co... 54.40 C. E. Ridenour 67.75 Theo B. Robertson Prod 81.07 Row, Peterson & Co 3.36 Scholastic Corp 1.44 Schoby, Hubert 6.30 Sjogren Grocery 9.89 R. Steinman 36.75 South Dakota Press 2.04 Sprague, Mrs. Earl 36.00 Glen Strayer 8.00 Mrs. Anna Button 18.52 A. J. Tilton : 31.50 J. S. Thompson 98.05 Thorpe Wood & Iron POPULAR GAMES AT St. Cecelia's Academy STARTING AT 8:30 50c FOR EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT Mrs. Henry Eischeid Minnie Schick Committee LUNCH MAY BE BOUGHT 160 ACRE FARM AT PUBLIC AUCTION I wish to dispose of my farm, commonly known as the Ole Gavle farm, located in the Southwest Quarter of Section 22, Township 101, Range 23, Mansfield Township, Frecborn County, Minnesota, 3 miles West, 2 miles North and 1 mile West of Enimons; 6 miles South, 2 miles West of Conger; 10 miles South of Aldcn, and' 8 miles East of Kicster; 14 miles Northwest of Lake Mills. This farm will be offered at Public Auction (subject to the approval of the owner) on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th SALE TO BEGIN AT 2:00 O'CLOCK P. M. The farm consists of 159 acres (one acre taken off for school) and is all in one square, all tillable, and well-improved. It is located on good gravel road which is kept open all winter. High school bus passes farm and new rural school budding on premises. Telephone on farm and electricity available from nearby line. AH taxes will be paid up. The farm is now occupied by a good tenant who will re-rent farm from purchaser. TERMS: $1500 down payment on date of sale. Balance to be paid February 1, 1944. Possession given March 1, 1944. ARTHUR OLSON PROPRIETOR, BRICELYN, MINN. J. M. Herfendal, Albert Lea, Minn., Auctioneer First National Bank, Emmons, Minn., Clerk HE tough, lustrous film of "61" Floor & Porch Enamel resists the effects of big, heavy feet, water, snow and rain. On interior or exterior floors of wood, cement or linoleum, this solid-covering enamel gives maximum service. It withstands daily foot traffic, the moving and scraping of furniture, blazing sun and chilling frosts.. The unusual spreading and hiding properties of "61" Floor & Porch Enamel make it very economical to use/ 10 popular and practical colors. Ask for the helpful color card. Cowan Building Supply Co. AtOONA, Wofki O: G, .Waffk Walker-furrier Jnc. ..... Warren *Webster Co. . Wdbstef Pub. Co W. M. Welch Mfg. CO.: Claud White Wikox & Pollett Co. . Yale University Press . total Salaries 18.00 3.00 6.40 1&.C5 . 6.85 120.56 90,45 7.70 18.34 4,205.30 11,185.10 Total Expenditures $16,390.4$ ' 1, Leora tf. 6t the a1J6Ve*named\SMi6dl. fils- tftct, do .hereby etftifirthat •thl* report, page* 1 "art* S," fc» tf trite, and correct statement of the pro- ceedlngs pertaining .to fyrenttnl matters 6f the Bbard of saidDis- trict fot the quarter ending September 30, 1943. . • ,; Leora K. St. John, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of October, A. D. „ "'#. C. Hutchison,.Notary.. Women An all high school play .to be presented, , Wednesday, October 20 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 P. M. ,„,;.,. ADMISSION: 20c - ,30c . -. •'•^mM, •' :- ; <v'/'-^" •?*' Reserved tickets .on sale Tuesday and Wednesday • at James Drug Store at 8:00 A*. M. to 5:30 ,P. M,*t The War Food Administration Advises STORE POTATOES NOW! Winter-Keeping uality S5% V. S. No. 1 Northern Grown Cobbler Potatoes - . $2.55 HEAD LETTUCE II Size .60 ........Each II Jonathan ' " , 'O- APPLES ft Ibs. Louisiana A If!** ,YAMS i „ * Ibs. I«H» Sunnyfield tested, All-Purpose, Enriched Flour '»* $1.05 49 Ib. bag $ 111 7 OOCEDENT $2.33 49 lb> bag - $2.04 $2.31 EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 2 1-lb. bags •1.:Ht-:-#*Mit.itP* Oranffe Pekoe Pkgr. of 16 OUR OWN TEA BALLS ......... ......... |3c 1 Ib. pkjf. STALEY'S CORN STARCH ~ 24 ox. lout WHEAT-N-WHITE Marvel Bread ....|| c Plain or Combination doz. carton JANE PARKER DONUTS ................ |5c SWEETHEART . 3 Cakes 20c The Soap That Agrees with your Skin. Bath size cake ........ lie , 5 Ib. pkg. SUNNYFIELD ROLLED OATS ........ 27c 1 Ib. pkgr. • N.B.C. RITZ CRACKERS ....... . ........ 24c Pik-Nik 3^ oz. pkff. SHOESTRING POTATOES ...... ; ...... [| c 2 12-oz. pVgs. RED HEART DOG FOOD ............ . 26c AH Popular Brands pkff. TOBACCO ........................................ IQ0 Get Your Copy of the October "Woman's Day" only .......... ......In MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR FOOD! Don't waste a crumb or drop of it! Use every bit of it— serve leftovers, starve your "nrbaffe can! Can all you can—preserve, brine, and home-can. Make ever> ounce count. For a speedv victory, America must share her food with her Allies! FOOD—One of our most vital weapons. Don't waste a crumb or drop of it!—U.S. War Food Administration. RATION FOOD CALENDAR , Processed Foods • , Blue Stamps U, V, W good thru Oct. 20. X, Y, Z thru Nov. 20. Sugar • Nos. 14, 15, 16 Stamps good' for 5 Ibs. sugar thru Oct. 31. Meats, Cheese, Fats, Oils, , Evap. Milk Brown Stamps C, D, and F. from Eation Book No. 3 good thru Oct. 30, lona * 2° GREEN CUT BEANS Baby Foods *M «• can CLAPP'S STRAINED 7c Sunnvfieia * » b - <*rt°» PURE LARD 69C White House 9 tajl cans EVAPORATED MILK 26c I 0na No. 8 can TOMATOES 10® lona 4, ' N«. 2 ca» WHITE SWEET CORN |(q Ann Pswre 1 Ib. H oz. cart BOSTON STYLE BEANS |0c 8ul*ana I Ib. Jar RED KIDNEY BEANS 9c Scott Co. No. ? can TOMATO SOUP ....,...„: |3e California 6 OS. can GRATED TUNA FISH 280 A&P FOOD STOKES 8 blue pts. ea. 1 blue pt, ea, 13 browi pts, ea. I brown pt- ea. 18 blue Pts. ea. 13 blue pts. ea. H bine pts. ea. H blue blue, pts. ea. 5 red QnNCO AND OF LM *ICU U I T HI C«l ,*

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