The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 18, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1943
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SCH001 [GAN1ZESA )ENT COUNCIL : ' iluVerne? Last week Monday *hile the-LuVetne schools were Closed for the day on account of the blizaard the teaching staff held a meeting which .may go flown in the annals of the school is'an outstanding conference, , A. J. Hjelle presided and a resolution was passed that LuVerne high school have a student council to assume control, under the supervision of a teacher, in matters concerning the welfare of the student body and the extension of its interests. How well this council will function and the good It will do will be determined by future action. The follow- HOME LOAMS We offer quick-action, low-cost home loans that you can repay from income. OUR HOME LOAN PLAtf IS EASY TO UNDERSTAND AND EASY TO • NEGOTIATE. LOOK INTO IT Algona Federal Savings &JLoan Association 45tf offWefs were afterwards V the students: President, Matte Lftu; senior representative, Ruth WegneH junior, Donna Sanfofd, Robert Hardcopf; freshman, William Kisch: boys, Irwln Mertzj girla. Ifene Knopf. * Mrs. Efwin Bogardt and three children, Brltt, were over Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Will Thompson. Miss Florence Hardcopf returned from Corwlth .Sunday afternoon where she had been visiting the past 'Week. Mrs, Henrietta Northrup went to Fort Dodge last week to visit her eldest daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hil.. Donald Thomas, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas, and wife, who is in the military service in Louisiana, are here for a visit. The annual meeting of the LuVerne branch of the Red Cross will be held at the community hall next Saturday at 2:30 when the election of officers will take place. The J. J. club met last Friday afternoon at the Red Cross wotk room and made surgical dress ings and afterwards were enter tained at the home of Mrs. Wai ter Hefti for lunch. • • \Mr. and Mrs. Roland Elbert o Geneva, Nebr., are spending two weeks vacation at the horn of her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Blumer, LuVerne, • and with his relatives at Whittemore. . Bernard Wolf was appointed as a member of the local school board- to take the place of Mrs. Irvin Chapman, who resigned to accept a position as member of the high • school faculty. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist entertained a group of young people of the Presbyterian church at a party at their home Friday evening, The time was spent playing games and lunch was served: . „ , Gail Stoddard returned Saturday from Keesler Field, Miss., to spent a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Marie Stoddard. When he returns to Mississippi he will be assigned to an aviation school to become an aviation cadet. SWEA-EAGLE MAN LOST 150 TURKEYS IN MONDAY STORM aufiht a number of farmers with less than a week's corn husking left. Damage to chickens not already housed wns light. At the Rudy Hardt farm n number of men were called to help rescue 1800 turkeys that were smothering under the snow. Phev dug them out and carried them into a barn where they soon dried out. He reports a loss of 150 head. Lowell Larson left Thursday for a visit at the home of his i sister, Mrs. Gordon Graham, Waterloo. Mrs. Clyde Larson and small son born Saturday, Oct. 30, have returned to their home. Mother and baby were cared for at the maternal grandparents' home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lmde. Mr and Mrs. Larson live in the tenant home on the Roger Underarm where Clyde is employed Miss Jessie Heartsock of Gold field and Audrey Hanson, fresh men students at the teachers col lege at Cedar Falls, visited a fe ays last week with their friends, flr. and Mrs. James Harrier. 'hey came here to make the Harlers -a visit before they Umve heir farm. ' Harners are holding farm sale Tuesday, Nov. 23, nd will move to SWea City where they bought the Harold Mtsworth house. Pfc. Paul A. Willey, whose wife resides at 407 West Nebraska St., Algona, is now a, sheet metal worker with a service squadron of the 13th Army Air Force somewhere in the South Pacific Area He entered the Air Corps n April of 1942 and after being tationed at several camps • m Missouri, North Carolina and California, he was sent for ovei- eas duty In November of 1942. =>rior to entering the service, Willey was a welder and black- mlth employed by C. A. Kurd. He is one of many men m the squadron who repair planes that have been damaged by enemy lester Reid of Cedar Fall* Sgt-d h cfmp b Ca y r S on,Colo after a visit —* ,_ r ~ "o^lA i^miiM w«» Qw»»» •»- '•* ** J - .: _ father, J. t- Beta. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Ander- O mer Edwards, ees of Moneta spent Saturday «"£,. John Tha cker returned ess . „_.,..„ ,,„„> ome Wednesday a a two reeks visit with relatives at ock Valley, Iowa, and Soutn "ioux City, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker and hildren, Donnie and Karen Jo, f LuVerne, visited Thursday a£- ertioon and evening at the Walon De Witt home. Mrs. Donald Cooper has re- urned home from a hospital in 'ort Dodge. She is recuperating Pfc. Quentln Kongsback arrived from Fort Bliss, Texas Wed- 'ire. Letts Creek News 1 Pansl-Cola Company. Lone Island City. N. Y. Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge The Ladies Aid met Friday at the Lutheran school with Mrs. John Kohlwes and Edwin Lieb. No school was held Monday and Tuesday of last week due to the blizzard Monday and the slocked roads. Mr and Mrs. Reinhard ;.2umach of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs. Nick Gengler. Mr and Mrs. John Schallin Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz ana Mr and Mrs. Fred Boettcher were Sunday evening visitor with Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittatf Reuben, son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Luedtke came home th- past week from Alaska where h had been employed this pas summer on the great Alaskan highway and the last month in northern Canada. Wm. Zumach became a nev member of the Aid. Visitors o the aid were Mesdames Richard and Albert Potratz, Bertha Benn-' ke of Whittemore, Everett Dreycr and Paul Eigler of Fenton, Arlm Kohlwes and Edwin Lieb. Mr and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mrs. Clara Pompe and Bernice, Mr and Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel and Patty, and Mr. and Mrs Donald Radig, Roger and Marlys were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. H F. Mittag and his mother, Mrs. Mina Mittag, came home Wednesday from Watertown Wis., where they had attended the funeral of the letter's sister Mrs. Mary Grosnick .of tha place which was Monday. Mrs Grosnick was quite well know) here, having visited here many times. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pptrat and family were Sunday visitors of Mrs.. Potratz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F..Schultz of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. George chultz and family of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert >otratz and family were Sunday vening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. :has. Schultz and family of Lone ^ock. A miscellaneous shower was icld Sunday afternoon at the mmanuel Lutheran school m honor of Miss Esther Luedtke who will be married next Sunday at St. John's Lutheran churcn, Fenton, at 2 o'clock, to Marvin Ackerman of Wesley. 500 was played tor entertainment. High prize was won by Mrs. Fred Jentz and Viola Hutchinson received low score prize while Mrs. Albert Wittkopf received the door prize. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Enger of Bode were Sunday visitors at the Louis Balgeman home. Kevins Cuplin went to Fort Dodge Wednesday and brought home his wife and new daughter, Masilyn Joy. Pfc. Clifford Anderegg left Sunday for Chicago where he will pend a day before going to 'rescue Isle, Maine. Mrs. R. J. Miller left the first of the week for n few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Edith Weber, at Stacyville, Iowa. Miss Evelyn Reding, R.N., came from Cnmp Dixon, 111., Saturday for a ten day visit with her mother, Mrs. Kate Peck. Miss Mary Jane Crisman teacher in the Brighton, Iowa school spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Grace Crisman. Fred Traub, Walter Bell and B L Roberts visited Margare and Fred Traub, Jr., and Vir ginia Roberts in Des Mome Sunday. Pfc. Bill Hoffert arrived horn Thursday morning from Nanti coke, Pa., for a 10 day visit wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frc Hoffert. Ul t J-/ut-*fet;« M» »v- "* - •— *- — rom an appendectomy. Mr. Cooler also has been ill. er, Mrs. S. C. Kongsback, and other relatives and friends. Supt. and Mrs. Harry Poffenberger of Lanyon, Iowa, came Friday evening for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice and other friends. Mrs. Donald Kuecker and daughter Donna Jean closed their house and have gone to Texas to join Cadet Kuecker. He is in the army air corps and will receive his wings sometime in January. A pre-nuptial miscellaneous in honor of . * Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds tang distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and haul- Ing. LUVERNE NEWS The Birthday club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Edw. Dehnert. Bridge was played Mrs. John Ramus received high score, Mrs. George Tiede, low, and Mrs. Arthur Dimler consolation. Mrs. Harold Sorensen's birthday was observed. A dainty lunch was served. . The LuVerne Live Wires 4H club met Saturday, Nov. 13, with their assistant leader, Mrs. Vernon Eggleston. . Twelve members were present'and Vera Fett gave a talk on First Aid. Plans were made for the next meeting which will be a Christmas party with Geraldine and Maxine Guy as hostesses. The Lutheran Young Peoples Rally at the church last Sunday was well attended with 152 registering, and the towns represented being Ventura, Garner, Lone Rock, Burt, Mallard, Emmetsburg, West Bend, Livermore and LuVerne. A banquet was served at 6:30 by the ladies of the church followed by an interesting program of singing, music by the band, and an address by the Rev. Luther Loesch,. Algona. William Radel, northeast of town farmer, was surprised Sunday evening when his neighbors began to arrive to assist him in celebrating his and a little granddaughter's birthdays. The party had been planned by his wife and two daughters, Dolores and Bernadine, who had a lovely lunch including two birthday cakes all in readiness, which wai served after an evening spen playing 500. Mr. Radel was 5 years old and Sharon Kay Qumn two. Many gifts were receiver 1 by both the honored guests. Ai tending were Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Quinn and children, Mr. an Mrs E. B. Thomas and daugh ters, the Will Schipull family, th Frank Youngwirths, Mr. an Mrs. Joe Williger, Mr. and Mr: Enrick Erickson, Mr. and Mr; Paul Stahl and children and M and Mrs. J. L. McClaren. OUT FRIDAY NOV. 26 SALE TO START AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP-LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 197 - Head of Livestock -197 19 WHITE FACE CALVES (Wt about 650 Ibs,) 20 WHITE FACE COWS R, OLD WHITE FACE BULL 16 HEAD MIXED CATTLE HI Mdme combine. J MmnewoU. Motas H-nmonmU tat I 8-18 OBwr plow. 1 toy w*ow, _^•• II BROOD SOWS 60 FALL PIGS 1 PUREBRED DUROC BOAR 25 HAMPSHIRE GETS MULES, 2 YEARS FRIDAY and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 and 20 Red Dot POTATO CHIPS Assorted Variety APPLES I Apples for sauce. Pound pies, baking and for eating out of hand. One kind or assorted. 11 -^"••^^^- ^^ ^-^-^^^^M^^^MH™**™"*™"^™ 1 SLICING TOMATOES. Pound 15c JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE, 2 Heads .25c RUTABAGAS. Washed & Waxed, Ib. 4c 'ARSNIPS, Washed & Waxed, 3 Ibs. 25c Eatmor Cranberries Per Pound Emperor Grapes Per 1 fir Lb.. IDC 4 OWCE BAG .. 190 India BLACK TEA Security State Bank, Original Notice In the District Court of Iowa. In and for Kossuth County. Emma Mielke Gade, . _ , Plamtiif, ' ' ' —vs.— Auguste Mielke, also known as Auguste G. Mielke, John Behl and Mrs. John Behl, his wife, Albert Behl and Mrs. Albert Behl, his wife, Tena Voigt and William Voigt, also known .ns Wilhelm Voigt, her husband, Otto Fleibchfresser, Paul Fleischfressei- and M a r t h a Fleischfresser, his wife, and all the unknown claimants and all persons unknown claiming any right, title, or interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 1 and .., Block 18, Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa, and all the heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees, and beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants, Defendants To Each of the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby notified that a Petition of the above namen Plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled Court, and which Petition states that the Plaintiff is the absolute and unqualified owner in fee simple of the real estate described as: Lots One and Two (1 & 2), Block Eighteen (18), Whittemore, Kossuth County, Iowa, and that the Defendants above named make some claim adverse to the title of the Plaintiff in said property, and that the unknown claimants to said premises claim some interest in and to said real estate as the Plaintiff is informed and believes, but that Plaintiff has no knowledge or information and does not know how said interests as claimed by said unknown claimants was derived or claimed to have been derived or the method of obtaining same, and that Plaintiff states that none of said Defendants, or unknown claimants, have in fact any right, title, or interest in and to the above described premises, or any patt thereof, or any color of right, title, or interest therein. Plaintiff m said Petition prays for the establishment of her estate and uUe against the adverse claims of thej Defendants, and that each and all of them and all unknown claimants and all persons unknown having or claiming any right, title, or interest in and to said premises, and all persons claiming by, through, or under them be barred and forever estopped from ever having, asserting, or claiming any right, title, or interest in and to saia premises adverse to the Pla inti » or Plaintiffs title therein, and said >etition prays that this plaintiffs itle to said premises be. quieted, established, and confirmed, ana that said Plaintiff have all such other and further equitable relief as to the Court may seem just. YOU are also hereby notified to appear before said Court at At' gpna, in Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before December 9, 1943, and unless you so appear ypwr de* fault will be entered and. Jwdg* roent end decree wiil be rendered tainst you for the relief, demand\ in the Petition." HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Plaintiffs Attorneys, Algona, Iowa, Per Pound PICKLED PIGS FEET RING LIVER SAUSAGE 9 Ounce 1C« Per 9S| jar 1«5C Pound ...». ««'» MMBU^ FORK BACK BONES 50 Per Lb. FRESH PIGS FEET E....* FORK SPARERIBS Per SLICED PORK LIVER 19c SLICED BEEF LIVER Per Found 29c Fey Sliced Bacon*" 37c PURE Pounds for .... SPICED LUNCH MEAT Per Pound 47c Pork Loin Roasts & Chops 27c Pound 32e & Algol aa Butter : •-, Ib, -45c WYLER'S RICE DINNER, Package .......9c WYLER'S ASSORTED SOUP MIX, Package Be HERSHEY BKFST. COCOA, 8-oz. Can MUSTARD, Quart I3c SWITCH TO "TAC-CUT" switched to "Tac-Cut." round Jar SoW only in the whole berry and ground coarse, mcaium or fine as you direct .Exchange, th. empty bags for 82 carat Gold Pattern Pishes^ Pound Honey GRAHAM CRACKERS 250 Robb-Ross PAMCAKE FLOUR 240 FLOUR Family Bag 310 CRACKERS Gerber's Baby Pood Cereal and Sm«ERB EVAPOBATED APPLE VPIKUAK, Quart **$*$" DOG FOOD 70 pk«. ••• * w COMPOUND 150 44.0*. ?»f. ,,.,..,.MI...» *** w 2 Pkgs. 27c NANCY AHH "Enriched" BREAD tZmSKV' ••** Wow Brod" aa» Wftrtiw W» Large 24 0* (H PoMBd) ioaf ...u wmg T ...,,; ni ,'• iuw jUui WWBIYI M°° Mr. and Mrs. Farmer WE PAY TQMl FOR

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