The %ona Upper fog Mohieg, 18, 1*48 JOHN SLAGLE SAW SERVICE IN AREAS IN SOUTH PACIFIC Perhaps the happiest mother in Algona Saturday, a week ago, was Mrs. Blanche Peterson when her son, John Slagle, seaman 1st class, walked in on her for n visit. She was under the impression that he was still somewhere- in the South Pacific. John is a member of the navy armed guard the boys who man guns on freighters, tankers and passenger ships as they sail into and through enemy infested waters. He joined the navy Oct. 16, 1941, was at Great Lakes six weeks, then at a San Diego destroyer base six weeks, was on patrol duty a short time and from then on has been a member of the navy armed guard forces. John has covered a lot of wet territory during that time, in the Australian area, India, Hawaii, Mediterranean and Atlantic. His crew has accounted for at least one submarine. He has served on a tanker and he considers that a ticklish job. One light bomb on one of those boats, loaded with 135,000 barrels of high octane gasoline, doesn't offer much chance for the boys to get away. It was while in the South Pacific that he suffered an attack of the southern fever and was sent back to the United States and given a twenty day leave here before being sent to more northern war areas. He said that during all of the thousands of miles of travel and the hundreds of different ports entered during the past two years he had not met up with any Algona boys. P. T. pale Shulz of Humboldt received a broken shoulder during physical training period in high school. He bumped into Jack Russel and as a result suffered his injury. Food Values SAVE MONEY ON VOUR POOD PURCHASES BV RHOPPINO REQIRARLV AT SUPER WALU. VOU'Ll. ALWAV8 FIND A QOOD VARIETY OP AVAILABLE FOODS HERE, AT EVERY DAY LOW PRICES. FOODS OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY, TO HELP YOU PREPARE NUTRITIOUS LOW-COST MENUS THAT WILL SATISFY KEEN APPETITES. WHOLE KERNEL CORN NIBLETS 10 POINTS 12 OZ. CAN Full Flavor SaUifrlng ICK Coffee 1lbJV 3lc Ground to Order 18K Coffee 1lbb . 0 28c Red Rooster Coffee ,,„„.„ 2 Ic Red Rooster Coffee , lb . „„ 59c Tru Vu Walnuts . M .«.,,.55c Glnmralo or White Soda Plus Dtpoilt Flavorite 3 X, 25c Carnation Malted Milk ,.., 39c SUPER FOOD STORES Rao. or Iodized RedifloSalt «,„.,.,. 7c Reg. or lodlied Morton'i Salt 2 2 ri5c Enriched All Purpoto Flour Magic Bake B r $1,95 Kitchen Tested Flour Gold Medal "Jf $1,24 Pudding Mix V Me Sun Rich Corn Flakes 3 1P U'21 c DELICIOUS WHEAT FLAKES WHEATIES 8 OZ. PKGS. Sun Rich BranFlakeSi e o,p.o Me Del Monte EAR 2 EARIY GARDEN PEAS 20 OZ. CANS 18 POINTS EACH Wheat Puffs, o, C.M, roc Millers Wheat Tumbler Fret Flakes 2X',.23c Sun Rich Quick or Reg. Rolled Oats 4 p.r (8c SAVIN'G'S EVERY DAY! FOR BETTER CAKES SWANSDOWN 2% IB. PKG. CITRUS FRUIT 2 IB. JAR American Beauty Spaghetti or Macaroni 2 U b ,. 27c Duff'* IMuffln or 14 ox. pkg. 20c Waffle Mix Tru Wu Elbow Macaroni i lb .c.no He K-9 Dog Meal 4 7 «f9c 2 Ib. pkg. I 9C Dog Meal OOQ Food PURE Alt VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3 LB. JAR 1 15 BROWN ' POINTS Ken-L-Ration l£ 25c Soap Grains Wash Well 2 2 \£: 33c New Bath Size Soap Sweetheart 2^ 8 22c Sno Whlto Gloss Starch i, b p kg 7c Zip, 18 Cu. In. Matches 6 X 27c Tollcx Tissue. 650 Shoot Fashion 4 „„. I9c PRICES IN THIS AB. EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES. GUARANTEED THRU WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24th. Rich Flavorful 1| Polnu I8K Catsup You,:- Nutrllloui Peanut Butter 3 1.r4lc Thrown Pack Quetn Olives <V4 „,., 2lc Stuffed Manianllla Olives No.4.2-/, o..j Harvest Fresh Dill Pickles qu . rt 29c Sklppy, Creamy or Chunky Peanut Butter i 8 o,33c Cut Green 8 Po | nu I Beans «,.2.19,^ I2c Out Wai 8 Polnu Beans ^.a-ie,,.,™ I2c Whole Kern.l Corn 10 Polnti De! Monte , V «V,£! I3c Cream Style Corn 13 Polnti Del Monte 2 2 ir25c ! Whole Kernel Vac. Pack 10 Polnti ISKCorn i 2oic . n l2c Cream style Golden 13 Polnu Com No. Z - to n, can I OC Flav-O-Rlte Early Juna 11 Polnu Peas NO. 2.20 oi. can 15c Early Junt 18 Polnu FOBS Ne. 2 - 20 oi. can I 2C Fancy 19 Po | nu Spinach #•**£. I7c ,0ood Standard 1 8 Polnti Tomatoes ^..L I0c Qerber'i Strained 1 point Baby Food «,,„,„„ 7c Standard Bonlu 6 Polnu Fish T«.c.n25c Aunt Polly's Assorted Soup M Mary Steveni Soup Mix 3 Pko , 25c 6c 6c Corn Starch ,,„.*„. 6c All Flavon Jello ay . „. PII(r . Horstiey's Cocoa ,,,b. P . 0 . Ik Evaporated 1 Po | nt Eac<1 Milk 3 14 cl°'- 26c Amalzo Light Corn Syrup i,/, ,„.*, I5c Amalzo Golden Corn Syrup t»».»t4c flary Stevens Purt Vanilla i H «.Mu.23c FOLGERS COFFEE SUNSHINK KRISPY CRACKERS 2 CRISCO 3 OXYDOL AI.fl^VA BUTTER SUGAR pkg. 216 TOKAY GRAPES POTATOES CRANBERRIES 2 Ibs. per peck 49c oc» quart JfaVw APPLES 3 ,* f o,29e CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 bunches 19C TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 4 tor 25c FANCY SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs 29c FANCY LITTLE PIG SPARE RIBS PORK TENDERLOIN PICNIC PORK ROAST BUOK M SI BACON STAR SLIC] BACON SMOKED C< SAUSAGE or n §7Aan»rvvK-n MEAT LOAF GROUND BEEF 4 POINTS 10 POINTS BUOK-'V SLICE SMOKED COUNTRY 43c POINTS 25c 23c 36c POINTS 33 c n 39c 8 POINTS >b 26c Ib. 5 POINTS Ib. Ib. Ib. 6 POINTS Ib. HOOD'S VOIGTS, FENTON, HAVE THREE SONS IN ARMED FORCES Fenton: Ralph Voigt, son o Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Voigt, lef Friday for Des Moihes to leave from there for service in the U S. Navy. He was honored at n surprise party on Thursday evening by members of the Youth Fellowship of the Methodist church. Other guests were Bobby Wilberg and Mildred Flare of Seneca. Bunco furnished the entertainment after a short business meeting.' Refreshments were brought by the guests and served. The Voigts have two other sons in the service, F 3-c Leslie, Shumaker, Calif., and Pfc. Carl, in Alaska. Ensign and Mrs. J. W. Smith of Norfolk, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G: Smith were dinner guests Sunday at the C. I. Smith home in Armstrong. Mrs. Gilbert Bleckwenn was hostess to her 500 club Friday. Two tables were in play. Mrs. Hildreth Petit won high score prize and Mrs. Ervin Frink received the travel score prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zweifel went to Lone Rock Friday eve- ning to Visit their son Lawrenc who returned from Camp Land Ing, Florida, having received a medical discharge after being in the service about two months. Those from Fenton attending the Algona Zone Walther League Rally at LuVerne Sunday afternoon were Dorothy Dreyer, Lot' mine Willrett, Lucille Jentz and Dolores Mueller and parochia school teacher R. Eggerllng ant family. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad and the Lloyd, John, Norman Amos and Morris Finnestads, the Amer Codys and Mrs. Lulu Knudson went to Humboldt Sunday where they attended funeral services for Jacob Jacobsen, Mrs, Lars Finnested's brother. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz entertained their 500 club Friday evening at the first meeting of another year. Five tables were in >lay. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenre Theesfield were substitute players. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Amos Finnestad an-1 ''red Jentz. Quite a number from Fenton Uended a miscellaneous shower n honor of Esther Luedtke at the jotls Creek school basement Sun- ay afternoon. Esther, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke, fill be married next Sunday af- ernoon to Marvin Ackerson of Wesley at the St. John's Lutheran hurch in Fenton. Dutch's Sup'. Serv Kossuth .Oil 06., Gas ........ C. Venteichef, OaS ...... ........ Frank Cook, Mdse ............... C..M. fet. P.- & jp. Ry., Frt. A. & Moulds, Salary ........ Cecil McGinnis, Salary ........ Tim O'Brien, Salary ... ...... ;.. Hillerlch & Bradsby Co. Mdse. ................................ Cowan Bid. Sup., Mdse N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Service Lyle Mathes, Labor .......... ... Wm. C. Dau Garage, Mdse. Harms Oil Co., Gas, etc ..... 1.26 16.83 5,88 13.50 3L10 75.95 72.00 60.40 7.20 92 5.48 8.60 16.93 5.1? Bert Whttmarsh, Salpry .... 80.00 Mrs. A. M, Collinson. Salary 25.00 26.60 1.97 7.74 4.00 Dr. P. ». Sawyer/ Rent Laihg & Muckey, Mdse Kohlhaas, Hdwe., Mdse ..... McMurray Bros., Sidewalk W> W. SulHvah, P.M., Box , rent ..;.... ........ .... ...... ........ ...... 7& Algona U, £>. M., Publish. 24,42 CoL int. Rev., With. Tax 12.90 Sewer fund C. tJ. follard, Salary ...... .. 20.00 Brady Transfer, Freight .... 1.73 East End Fdry., Mdse ......... 21.42 Department Algona Fire Co., 2 Fires .... 32.00 Morton Mach. jru.. Repairs ,85 State f reas., Ta* 1&.M topmit VvaM Don Palmer etaii Refund .... 36.0d E. J. Hough, Refund 6.00 Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force fr»tn and after its passage and appfftv- al. Passed this 28th day Of O6- tober, 1943^ ^^ Ma y 0f . Attest: Adah Carlson, City Clerk. Ottosen Community News Wally Underberg is ill at hi home with rheumatic fever. Miss Amy Ireland of Rolfe wa« a visitor at the Henry Loebig home the day before yesterday Archie Hansen of. Spirit Lake was a visitor in the neighborhood Friday. Russell Reese left Sunday morning for Chicago with a truck load of cattle. Clarence Reese went to Sioux City Sunday morning with n truck load of cattle. Melvin Ragen and J. Jordan of Des Moines spent Sunday at the Morgan Hagen home. Donald Struthers of Ames spent Friday and Saturday at *.he Watson Struthers home. Joseph Longseth, Richard Jacobson and Olvin Haug spent the week end at Minneapolis. Mrs. Mary Oftedahl of Fresno, Calif., spent last week at the home of Mrs. Melia Watnem. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hermansen and Arlen of Rolfe were Sunday visitors at the L. J. Bremsen home. Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Purdy were Friday visitors with the latter's sister, Mrs. Jacob Maasdam, at Algona. Mrs. Incher of Fort Dodge was the guest speaker at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. A Home Project meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Art Tabor Wednesday from 10 a. m. till 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and family of Humboldt were Sunday dinner guests at the Antone Spiech home. Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley spent Saturday night and Sunday at the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards visited her sister, Mrs. Will Seitler, at the J. Johnson home at Humboldt Friday. Mrs. Gerner Storesund was hostess to the Ottosen American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson and Wanda were Wednesday visitors at the Palmer Enockson home at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Morgan Hagen went to Des Moines Saturday where she had been called by the serious illness of her son Carroll. Mrs. Merle Faulk, Mrs. Melia Watnem and Mrs. Mary Oftedal were Wednesday visitors with Mrs. Ed Edwards at Algona. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mrs. Irvin Movick. Pfc. Floyd Holt of the Marines :eft Saturday night for Brooklyn, N. Y., after spending a furlough with his father and other relatives. Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig and Barbara visited at the Floyd O'Brien and James Togeas homes respectively, at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. Harold Jacobson entertained the junior class and sponsor nt a surprise birthday party in honor of her daughter Rosemary's 15th birthday Tuesday evening. Funeral services were held at 10:30 Friday morning at the Catholic church at West Bend for Mrs. Vincent Kellner who passed away Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Mrs. Ernest Enockson, Mrs. Peter Enockson, Mrs. Roy Enock- lon, Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson attended a ;hower for Mrs. Chas. Larson at the Bradgate Methodist church Saturday afternoon. The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. W. E. Hundter- mark Thursday afternoon. Scripture was read by the hostess. I Lesson was an antique show. Roll :all was the history of the antique brought by each membeA The songs, "There Are Many Flags in Many Lands", "Battle Cry of Freedom" and "The National Anthem." Visitors were Mrs. Alme, Mrs. Knute Oppedahl, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Vera Struthers and Mrs. Joe Leitl. Lunch was served by the hostess. The P.T.A. met at the school !iouse Tuesday evening. The program was in charge of the American Legion Auxiliary. Opening number was the national anthem; pledge of allegiance to the fla;;; .he school band made their first appearance and played several selections; talk by J. I. Dolliver of Fort Dodge; solo, ."Marines 1 Hymn", by Paul Nasby, in honor of Pfc. Floyd Holt of the Marines; remarks by Pfc. Floyd Holt; solo by Mrs. Miles Helmen of Bode. The Ottosen service honor roll was dedicated at this meeting. Closing-Out FARM SALE As I nm moving to a smaller farm will sell nt public auction at my farm % mile west, 5}£ miles north of Wesley, 5}£ miles south and one mile cast of Titonka. Wednesday, Nov. 24th Sale starts at 12 o'clock sharp This is as good a bunch of horses, cattle, and hogs, as you will have a chance to bid on this year. Head of Horses 2 bay geldings, 4 years old, well matched, wt. 1600 each; 1 Chestnut sorrel mare, 10 yrs. old, in foal, wt. 1700; sorrel gelding 4 yrs. olfi, wt. 1650; black mare S yrs. old, wt. 1800. Head of Cattle Fourteen head milking shorthorn cows, some fresh now, others to be fresh Inter, two of these arc purebred shorthorns; 8 coming 2 years old heifers, all safe with cnlf; 4 yearling heifers; 4 yearling steers; 6 heifer calves, 5 and 6 months old; 4 bull calves, 2 purebreds, 2 high grades; 7 small calves, 3 to 4 weeks old;dark roan purebred shorthorn bull, 18 months old. 110 HEAD OF HOGS 110 ^•"' T "'^^^ T ^^»>•^^^^^'r^''«^^*S^^^^^^•V^^W^VWV»^y^Js^V»V•^'^ COUNCIL MINUTES LUVERNE BASKET BALL TEAMS HAVE BIG SCHEDULE LuVerne: The following schedule for both boys and girls teams has been announced by the Lu- Verne school: Nov. 23, Goldfield, there; Dec. 3, Vernon Consolidated, here, boys and girls; Dec. 7, there, boys and girls; Dec. 10, I Corwith, there; Dec. 14, West 1 Bend, here, boys and girls; Dec. 17, Livermore, here; Jan. 11, Wesley, there, boys and girls; Jan. 14, Renwick, there, boys and girls; Jan. 21-22, Little Nine tournament at LuVerne; Jan. 25, Goldfield, here; Jan. 28-29, Girls' tournament at Wesley (south half); Feb. 1, Livermore, there; Feb. 4-5, Boys' county tournament at Algona; Feb. 8, Corwith. here; Feb. 9, 10, 11, 12, Girls' sectional; Feb. 15, Vernon, there, boys and girls; Feb. 18, Wesley, here, boys and girls; Feb. 22, Renwick, here, boys and girls; Feb. 25, Bode, here, boys and girls; March 2-5, Sectional boys' tournament. Oct. 28, 1943 The City Council met at the regular place. The Mayor and al of the Cquncilmen answered present to roll call. After the reading of the minutes, a motion was passed approving the minutes as read. An agreement with the War Hemp Industries, Inc. to supply their plant with electric energy was approved. App. Ordinance No. 607 was passed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 607 An Ordinance appropriating monies to certain persons therein named. Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa; Section 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated to be paid to the persons hereinafter named. Electric Fund L. M. Bellock, Salary ........ $78.40 F. C. Dailey, Salary ............ 87.00 Pom Halpin, Salary ............ 81.00 Walter Gorman, Salary ........ 83.23 C. C. Wright, Salary ............ 02.40 Wm. O. Ludwig, Salary ........ 71.00 Alvis Hill, Salary ................ 62, 40 i. E. Stephenson, Salary .... 79.00 Chester Webb, Salary .......... 66.25 lay Barton, Salary ............ 34.90 Frank Ostrum, Salary ........ 15.85 Joe Dunn, Salary .................. 34.50 H. S. Roth, Salary ................ 83.00 C. U. Pollard, Salary ............ 102.10 Ira Kohl, Salary .................... 46.00 Adah Carlson, Salary ...... 80.10 Bertha E. Johnson, Salary .. 7.08 Diesel Serv., Oil .................. 642.39 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., Freight ................................ 475.89 Fulton Iron Wks., Mdse ..... 384.80 Brown Inst. Co., Mdse ....... 10.19 Norton Mach. Wks., Repairs 64.38 Funk & Diem, Repairs ...... 1.76 West. Elec. Sup., Mdse ..... 42.54 Northland Elec., Mdse ..... 401.00 Terry-Durrin Co., Mdse ..... 125.76 Mall. Iron Range Co., Mdse. 59.90 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., Mdse. .41 Clifton Eng. Co:, Eng ......... 105.00 Ry. Exp. Agcy., Exp .......... 40 H. W. Post, Freight ............ 10.52 Ernest Moe, Gas ................ 29.16 Wm. C. Dau Garage, Rep; 1.41 Kossuth Oil Co., Gas .......... 3.70 H. E. Rist, Easement ........ .... 90.00 Algona Laundry, Service.... 9.60 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Mdse ..... 4.33 Algona Hdwe., Mdse ......... 13,55 Botsford Lbr. Co., Mdse ..... 12.63 Matt Parrott, Mdse ............. 16.23 Gamble Stores, Mdse .......... 28 Algona Greenhouses, Labor 4.0C N.W. Bell Tel. Co., Service 23.64 State Treas., Sales Tax ....469.40 Col. Int. Rev., With. Tax.... 64.30 Defense Plant Corp., Easement .................................... i.oo Water Fund Harry Barton, Salary .......... 83.23 Frank Ostrum, Salary ........ 60.55 Joe Dunn, Salary .................. 31.75 I Ray Barton, Salary .............. 27.50 C. U. Pollard, Salary .......... 27.50 Ira Kohl, Salary .................... 25.00 T.aura Mitchell, Salary ........ 63.20 Norton Mach. Wks., Rep ..... 1.50 I'uiuc & Diem, Mdse ........... .58 ,H. E. Rist, Easement .......... 120.00 J.O.F. Price, Easement ........ 110.43 I Elec. Dept., Mdse ............... 24.30 Algona U. D. M., Mdse. ... 20.40 65 Poland China fall pigs, farrowed 2nd week In October; 17 early Foland China fall pigs; 18 purebred Foland Ch'na spring boars. Machinery, Etc. John Deere corn planter; John Deere horse-drawn gang plow; single row' corn plow; Minneapolis Moline side-delivery rake; Case hay loader, used three seasons; narrow-tired wagon with triple box; hay rack; 4 individual hog houses, 8x8; hog house, 7x14; hog house, 8x10; steel bin, large size; 2 sets breeching harness; some horse collars; some household goods; 10-fft. binder power takeoff, good as new. No property to be removed until settled for. O.E.ELY L. A. MATERN, Auctioneer EXCHANGE STATE BANK, WESLEY, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will hold n public auction on the John Frankl farm one S mile east of Algona, Iowa, on . ' -• SB Monday, November 29lh| 108 Head Livestock 1081 2 - Head of Horses - 21 Two sorrel horses, 8 years old. 31 Head of Cattle 31 Shilts Shoe Store, Mdse. Ernest Moe, Gas 7.65 ... 15.12 ...120.74 17.17 ... 83.23 84 13 Chas. Harveyr'Safary" ..'.".".". 54!l3 John Bahr, Salary 54.13 P. F. Minnard, Salary 54.13 D. E. Wilder. Mdse 73.44 State Treas., Sales Tax Col. Int. Rev., With. Tax General Fund Jesse Lashbrook, Salary Elliott Skillmg, Salary .... Si | Eight head of milk cows; 10 heifer calves; 5 yearling steers; 8 suckling 1= i calves. ' £5 75 Head of Feeder Pigs 75 Farm Machinery, Etc. F-80 tractor; F-$0 furrow guide for tractor; 540 Letz feed cutter and grind* er; Letz feed grinder; McCormicHDeerlng grain drill; John Deere hay stacker; 10-ft, horse drawn disc; steel wheel hay rack;heavy-duty feed wagon; steel wheel wagon, 14-ft. box; wood wheel wagon with rack; corn binder; 1-row garden cultivator; 2 slat mold boards; 3 breaker bottoms; 2-unit Surge milking machine and motor; No. 5 cream separator; 2-jrow John Deere corn planter; John Deere corn binder; D. M. 8-ft. grain binder; 4-row bean cultivator, attachment for J. D. Model A cultivator; McCormick^I)eerlng 14-ft, disc; 2 sets.of harness; several horse collars; 25-bu, self-feeder; 45«bu, self-feeder; 400-gui, tank; feed bunks; numerous other articles. ' SEED AND FEED Silo full of ensilage, 16x50, sweet clover with 250 Ibs. corn per ton. About 3000 bu. Boone seed oats. TERMS; Cash, or see your banker* JOHN FRANKL Estate L. E, LINNAN, Administrator, CO&WELL BROS* Auctioneers, IOWA 8TAW BANK, Aigona, Clerk.
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