The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
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real 6f ____ „ playing daft baseball. Loiiisa Lesley, who has CHRIS J. WEBERS CELEBRATE 25T11 ANNIVERSARY Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Chris J. Vteber of Wells, Minn., were pleasantly surprised by relatives and friends on Sunday, Jan. 21, the occasion being In honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. A buffet dinner and luncheon was served with a two-tier wedding cake forming the centerpiece. The cake was baked by Mrs. Mike Weydert of New Richland, Minn. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Meier > and daughter of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Weydert and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones of Ventura; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert and family, Mrs. Armon Becker and daughter and Fred Burke of New Eichland, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtz, Mrs. Merril Holtz and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Haines of Albert Lea, Minn. The Chris Weber family formerly lived near Whittemore. There are 13 children. Two are married and three in the armed forces, John in the army somewhere in Belgium, Dorothy of the Women's Marine Corps at Oceanside, Calif., and Edward at Great Lakes. Edward telephoned congratulations Sunday afternoon to his parents. Mrs. Weber is a sister of Mrs. Martin Hantelman, Fenton, and Mr. Weber has two brothers, Simon and William, living near Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske and sons and Mrs. Emma Ruske visited Sunday in Spencer with relatives. Eunice Johnson, who attends business college in Mason City, spent the week-end here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and family of Sexton were Sunday dinner guests at the George Mienke home. Mrs. Robert Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Elberts and family of Whittemore visited Sunday at the Joe McGovern home. Supt. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and Carol Sue and Mr. and Mrs. F. H: Eigler were Tuesday night supper guests at the Paul Eiglers. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Randa visited at the Norris Jacobsen home, Depew, Tuesday evening. Virginia Berkeland, cadet nurse, visited over Sunday at the parental B. G. Berkelands. She is in training at a hospital in St. Peter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and family and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons were Sunday evening xsupper guests at the Paul Eigler home. Wm. Hantelman, Jr., spent from Tuesday to Saturday in Minneapolis visiting his brother Wilmer .ly, his sister, Susan Hanian T HWd' a sister-in-law, Mrs Hilbert Hantelman and family. Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. W. Huske played for an absent member. High prize went to Mrs. G. B. Johnson and second high to Mrs. George Jentz. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz was hostess to the Saturday afternoon bridge club. Mrs.. Raymond Stoeber and Mrs. V. J. Tatum played for absent members. Mrs. Arlo Eanney won the high score prize and Mrs. Tatum second high. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber returned home Friday from Allgona •where she visited her sister, Mrs. L. J. Reed and family since the previous Sunday. While Mrs. Stoeber visited in Algona her husband was in Canistota, S. D., where be took treatments for rheumatism. He returned home Saturday. Jerome Lee, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel, was baptized Sunday morning at the Methodist church. Dinner in honor of the event was given and the guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwiefel, Mrs. Wm. House- holder and Hebecca, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and sons, and from Lone Rock were Mrs. Carl Hammeratrpm and Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Hammerstrom. Ervln Frink was honored Wednesday evening, it being his birthday. The evening was spent playing 500 at four tables With Gerhart Wittkopf and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod winning high score honors. Guests included Messrs, and Mesdames Wm. Fischer, Gerhart Wittkopf, Edwin Greihert, Wm. Miller, Dale Weisbrod, Fred Frink and Hildreth Pettit and C. M. Frinkand Arnold Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt entertained at four tables of 500 Friday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Frink, Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Balgeman of Cylinder and Herman Wehrspann. High prizes went to Mrs. Balgeman and Hildreth Pettit and low score prizes to Mrs. Beck and Harlan Balgeman. Joe Gurdett came Saturday evening from his home in North Dakota to see his sister, Mrs. Essie McMahon, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring and children were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, at Britt. Donald Jennings and his little nephow, Marvin, of Whittemore, spent the week-end with their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. Donald attends school in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and family of Mapleton, Minn., visited Sunday at the paternal Harvey Steven home and called her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, and were supper guests at the Henry Phillips home in Algona. BURT NEWS Mildred Putz has been visiting the Ora Olloms in St. Paul the past few weeks. Fred Vogel, who developed a serious nosebleed while attending a church meeting a week ago, is much better and able to be about again. At that time he was kept the doctor's home for several lours until the hemorrahge was checked. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sorenson are ;njoying a visit from their son, 5ge. Clayton Sorenson. He 'has seen in the service three years and las recently been on the wcs coast. He came last' week t spend his furlough with his par ents and other relatives friends. Mrs. Charles Kinney returnee from Atchison, Kansas, the last o the week. Mrs. Kinney and son Oharles, spent Christmas witf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder. While here she re ceived word that their home in Atchison had burned to the ground. She went there at once leaving Charles with his grand parents. Mrs. Kinney found 'i few pieces of the furniture had been saved. First and Second Grade News Darla Bussie is the only one in our room who was neither absen nor tardy the first semester. The first and second grades are starting work in their new readers and note books. Our stamp sales on Thursday amounted to $15.80. Those neither absent or tardy this six weeks were David Christensen, Lary Dreyer, Richard Steward, Harold Batt, Darla Bussie, Velma Groen, Dennis Hammerstrom and Darwin Koepke. The second graders receiving a Derfect spelling .score are Darla Bussie, Jimmie Gidding, Velma roen, Dennis Hammerstrom, Larry Hinckley, Darwin Koepke, Maude Sankey and Nellie Ward. FORMER WESLEY GIRL WEDS MARINE IN DES MOWES Wesley: Jean, oldest daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom of Estherville -was marfied Jan. 5th to Robert M. Peterson of the Marines of Des Molnes, Thfe dpu« ble ring candlelight ceremo'ny was permormed In the chapel Of the First Methodist church In Des Molnes. Mr. Peterson will return to the west coast the flrst 6f the month and his wife will continue her work'In the State Department of Social Welfare in Des Molnes. The Bottom family were Wesley residents till about six years ago. JACK STUDER SERIOUSLY ILL IN VETS' HOSPITAL Alf Studer and Mrs. J. L. Studer accompanied by Mrs. Louis Schleusner of Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgetty of Mason City went to Des Molnes Sunday to see Jack Studer who returned to the Veterans' hospital the flrst of last week. He is seriously 111 with a kidney ailment. Jack is a brother of Alf and Mrs. Lillian Dalgetty and Mrs. Lucy Schleusner. 'Max Studer of Mason City visited his brother, Jack, Saturday afternoon. It's a year for sharing Sleds, rides to work, seats on trains, aryl party lines. Most people on party lines use a simple system ta • make telephoning smooth-working and convenient. It goes something like this . , . ... They listen before calling to make sure . the line is not in use. |; i, They never make a long series of calls. r ;;. They answer a ring promptly and make sure the receiver is in place when they're through talking. . .. Most important, they keep their calls short. Such "sharing" on party lines means better service for all. ' I NQITHWiSTiBN B E t L TUSfHONi COMfANf The Catholic Missionary society and the C. D. of A.'s will meet next week Wednesday. Mrs. George Ward and Mrs. George Vitzthum were Mason City shoppers Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Mary Goetz, 80, suffered a stroke Friday afternoon and at this writing, Monday, is in a serious condition. The junior class of the public school had a theatre party Monday night at Algona. Mrs. Chas. Mfillin is their sponsor. The annual fireman's ball will be held in Kleinpeter's hall Tuesday evening, Feb. 6. Malek's orchestra will furnish the music Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kouba of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and Loren were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Kouba. The local basketball girls defeated the girls' team from Whittemore 24-29 in a game played here Friday evening. The Wesley boys were defeated 55-16. A number of Wesley folks attended a golden wedding anniversary open house at the Upper Flat church Saturday afternoon honoring Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson. Miss Jean Ketchen of Emmetsburg, who is teaching at Spencer, spent the week-end at the home of her friend, Don Kraus who is home on furlough from the European war zone. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen and G. L. Olsonleft last week for California where Mr. Olson will do defense work. Rasmussens went to visit their son* Pat, who is in the navy, and also •', other relatives. Officers of the local C. D. of A. lodge went to Britt Sunday afternoon where they put on the initiation ceremonies for the reception of 13 new members into the Britt lodge. A luncheon was "served followingthe initiation. Mrs. Sam Alne went to Story City Thursday to visit relatives. Tuesday of next week she and her sister, Mrs. Silas Espe, will leave for Bremerton, Washington where Mr. Espe is employed. Mrs. Alne will spend several weeks there. Ed Hildman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain and Sharon went to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon and brought Mrs. Hildman home from the Mercy hospital where she had been a week for medical treatment. She will be confined to her bed a few weeks. The Prairie Neighbors Home Project group met with Miss Nell Frimml on Friday of last week. The lesson on "Preparing Well Balanced Meals" was discussed. On Feb. 9 the ladies will meet with Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and the lesson will be on "Sewing." Staff Sgt. Harley Haynes came Saturday morning to spend a 15 day furlough at his parental P. d. Haynes home. He came from Fort Meade, Md. Pvt. Erwin Haynes is in the army in France. Both boys left May 1, 1942. Erwin spent three months in camp here, going to Iceland and then to England before going to France. Lawrence Kellner was honored at a surprise birthday party Sunday evening at his parental Matt Kellner home. He was 18 years old Saturday. The relatives enjoyed an evening of 500 at six tables followed by delicious refreshments. Mrs. Mary Uhlen- nake won high score prize and Angeline Foertsch was low. Gifts of money were presented to Lawrence. Banns of marriage were published for the flrst time in St. Joseph's Catholic church for Zita Studer, R. N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Studer and John Welter of East Dubuque. They will be married here Tuesday, Feb. 6. Zita is working in Du- auque. Banns of marriage were also published for the first time lor Gladys Goetz, daughter of Vlr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz, and Robert Trenary of Corwith. Paul K fafift of town for several weeks. Mesdames A. R Anderson, Henry Swalve and Kick SehFends were Eimore visitors Satufdoy. Mrs. W, H. Meyer was brought home from the Blue Earth hospital Sunday aftd is 1 recovering from an operation. - . Mr. and Mrs., Henry Patterson were Sunday visitors with Henry's mother, Mrs. Sarah Patter-' son. The latter has hot been well lately. Mrs. Henry Greenfield was taken to- the. Buffalo Center hospital last week for observation and treatment. She was feeling some better late last week. . Mrs. Walter Haus was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last week .and Friday morning submitted to a major,operation and is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Keistet and Mrs. F. C. Keister, Eimore, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Muss- , . , been visiting relatives {Joints for several weeks, cams last week for a visit with her sister, Mrs, J. E. smith, afid family, Mrs. August Christ Well!, Minn., and Mrs. Fred Mabus, La* kota, were brought home* ff&m the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday. Both ate recov* ering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetlattd and Elmer Paulson drove to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Sunday and brought home Mrs. Paulson who has spent the past two weeks there. They report icy roads in places. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Price and daughter Margaret, Swea City, were Sunday afternoon visitof & at the J. H; Warburtons." The Prices will move to the Warburton farm March 1 which they purchased last fall. Walter Sachs and LoU Nitz were Jam, '28, for Hew Darhauer, the Mdtmgest brother: of the fltev. JP. rf, DarMaUtSf, LaKbte, aftd' N tHd family Hi?& plahnlflf es attending if jweather conditions are faVbr- able, , The fiwlghi Smiths visited Mrs 1 . Smith's aunt, Mrs, Liela Graham and family near Tltonka Sunday. Ca'rol Smith has been staying there since the birth of a new brother about six weeks <ago and was really excited to be going to see him. Korvela Zoller, who has been visiting her • mother and -other relatives here several' weeks, accompanied her mother, Mrs* Mary zoller, to Faribault, Minn., where they Visited another daughter, Janette, then came back to Albert Lea for a short visit and Novella, left fof her work in a department store in Memphis, Tentt., and Mrs. Zoller arrived here Thursday. Richard B&iEftfll. Ufc JSftd : iftfc HlffJ spent Sunday at Mason City vis- ittog their daughtef*ln4aw, Mf£ Be Ray Lkihtftand He? daughter. .Mr. aftd. M*s, F, WVThompson of Eagle Grave visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson and also with Mrs. Myra Pletzke. Radioman 3-c and Mrs. Norman Hesse returned to his station after spending a short leave with his mother, Mrs. Lillfe Hesse. ' • , Miss Maxine Guy returned to Minneapolis recently after spending a vacatten with-her mother, Mrs. Roy Guy. Maxine is em* ployed in a drug store in Minneapolis, Mrs. Jack Guy Of Minneapolis Visited recently at the honife of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. 'Charles Heinkle. Mrs. Helnkle returned and,, wad,, puttied WltR 9 glft». "*- tfflrTfiet Beattte 6f Afflef... high 1th ft former teacher in the high school, visited over the week-end 0 ' at the home df M?, -and Mr& C«fell Huff aftd with' other friettds,.' Miss Seattle teaches in the 'high- school at Anies. Miss Esther Woods, a former teacher • here, also .teaches in the schools at; Ames, Puplte on the honor roll for the* six weeks and also fdr the semester are: Seniors, James Blumeiv Erna Eustace, Grace Chrlstensen,. and .Irvlrt Mertz: juniors, Doris Milled, Phyllis Swanson, Janet. Schneider, and Wayne Sorenson^* sophomores, Dorothy Beaman,. Esther Genrich, Nadlne Wittenberg, Norma Ramus, Donald: Thompson and Genevleve Thompson; freshmen, Earl Gronbach. Delores Lund, Barbara Meyer and. Merlyn Swanson. NANOY ANN VITAMIN FOSTIFIED BREAD, 24 SET.. { | c MA BROWN WHOLE! WHEAT pone* .„,.-•** BREAD, 24 15c Loaf £5** in Frozen Herring, Ib..l3c Skuljoes, Ib 17c Cut Lunch Herring, Pt*.24c Sable Fish, Ib. ..: 3lc Spiced Cutlets, Pint . . .35c Halibut Steaks, Ib 39c T,r~v-'»- '. .".- • '•, ^ '-'• li'iV-K*'/ '•*•'' >"•>'; .ANTEED MEATS , NO POINT MUTTON 150 SltOULDER- Roast, Lb, SHOULDER 41 , CHOPS, Lb. 150 RIB 4Aw CHOPS, Lb. 190' LEO 0' AA-j MUTTON, Lb.200 WHEN FOOD PRICES GO UP Servicemen's families and others living: on fixed Incomes are the first to suffer . . . BUT EVENTUALLY EVERYBODY LOSES when, food prices go up. Because pur dollars simply buy less. Help protect the value of your earnings and your saving's. Help protect America's future. It's smart and patriotic to ... • KNOW YOUR CEILING PRICES MUTTON STEW LB. BEEF BRAINS, Lb. ............ 9c BEEF LIVER, Lb. 29c Loin Pork 'Chops. ....... ; ............... , .....™.... v lb; 35c SUPERB WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN CORN NO. 2 CAN 14C Illl Miss Delores Bleckwen, AU gona, visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Pearl Beukema and fam- l. Miss Betty Beukema visited over the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. Adam Azarski, and family at Wesley. First Non-Resident Licenses W. O. Elliott, Peoria, 111., and Louis Behnke, Morton Grove, 11., were the first purchasers of non-resident hunting licenses in rones county. ', Henry Moenk of Qnslow recently marketed 70 head of pigs. This in itself was not unusual, ut when final settlement was made tb,e pigs averaged SUPERB CUT SPEAB8 ASPARAGUS^ 2 30c SUPERB GHAPE JELLY, 16 ^ r 20c SUPEKB CATSUP 14 0 B*. tU e .. I6c SUPERB PEANUT KRUSH, 16 °/ ar 24c 'SUPEBB OATS, .3%. 24c TAC-CUT "FINE BLEND" COFFEE, I i;','; 30c COUNCIL OAK COFFEE. I *£ e 29c PflnCRKEFlDUR WAFFLES PANCAKES GEMS They All Tnste Delicious When Made with ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX 3i/2-Lb. Bag PORK NECK BONES. Lb. .........7c PORK LIVER.>b. .......!;..... 19c 'Box Cheese ..:. 2 Ibs. 75c BULK PORK SAUSAGE. Lb 33c FRESH BEEF TONGUES, Lb. ... . 33c FRESH PORK HOCKS, Lb. .... 19c ^ ,T SUPERB TINY WHOLE BEETS 16c Summer Sausage -. ib. 38ct LIMBURGER CHEESE, Lb. .'i 37c NO. 2 CAN Pan-Broiled Boneleis PORK FEET tmm FBESH ROASTED PEANUTS, Lb 25c SPANISH SALTED PEANUTS, Lb. . ...25c VAN CAMP'S BEANS& 1 . I4c , STAR'KIST SOLID PACK TUMA, T& n ...... 30c DON. PEDRO QUEEN OLIVES fis »:~ 65e SALADA BLACK ~ TEA,4% r .-.;......... 24c LUDEN'S COUGH DROPS r kff .....4e 6 porlc feet ' 3 quvts cold water jl UXfC CUTOb 1 medium onion Bread cruxnba Few •prin pmley .Salt . 3 tableipooiu whola mixed ipico 3 Italia celery ' • Cover pork feet with, cold water; add carrot, onion, celery, aalt and •pkei; almmer gently about 3 Ji bra. or until tender enough for bonea to allp out. Drain, tllp out bonea and proa Into ahape with banda. Place between n. with • weight on to Separate! dip in melt tave W/IH Tomato Sauce BralMd Red Cabbage . two. ptetten. with • weight on top: let cool overnight. Separate! dip in melted butter; roll in Bne bread crumb*. Let atand in refrigerator alter patting wclJ. Panrbroll on lightly greaied akfflet to • golden brown, turning frequently. Qaralih with panley; (MVM «T^ FRESH No Points PORK FEET- FRUITS and VEGETABLES 'j?-? f ij PV BUY 'EM BY THE POUND Wedding Breakfast WAFFLE SYRUP ;6£•.;.:...;.;.. 600 Robb-Ross Cuban Cane SUGAR SYRUP >& .. 99j m EXTRA FANCY SIZED & WRAPPED Yellow Newton Rome Beauty Winesap Golden Delicious One Kind or Assorted "APPLE-A-DAY" LB. 12! e ROBB-ROSS BUCKWHEAT MIX, bag . . ,31« KELLOGG CORN FLAKES, giant pkgr, .12*; KELLOGG ALL-BRAN, large . ...19«t YELLOW CORN MEAL, 5 Ib. bag 21* FANCY HEAD RICE, Ib. . ... . .12* , 23c BABY LIMA BEAMS, 2 Gerbers CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES -11' ASSORTED SIZES, SEEDLESS PINK MEAT GRAPEFRUIT ASSORTED SIZES LB, FULL OF JUICE New Crop Lb, TURNIPS . ,5c Washed & Waxed Lb, PARSNIPS . 9c Porto Rlcan Sweet Sun&st Demons ?tf:.i- '•' . .': .•••"'•t9f Pound .-,.,.,„,,,... ->jipi Pre-cooked B AB Y CEREAL STRAINED or JUNIOR FOO5. Pkg, 130 SUPEBB NAPKINS, 2 Pkgl. ITS THE SAME HNEPARD J li Creamery BUTTER RtSISTSMOISTURH WAXTEX wiij.9 htt rtJ 1 YOUR FftlEND

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