The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1945 · Page 4
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v; v , %e AUna llpfle* 0«g MolneS, A] ONCE ALGONA GIRL SENDS GREETINGS FROM ARIZONA In a letter addressed to J. W. Haggard of the Algona Upper Des Moines, Gladys Tribon Paddock, a former news writer on the Upper Des Moines, sends her many Algona friends holiday greetings from Phoenix, Arizona, where she and her husband have resided for a number of years and are now conducting a suburban store. The W. J. Bournes, who have spent their winters there, are now considered permanent residents, and Mr. Bourne was one of three leaders in the recent bond drive who were given a banquet end the thanks of the community. Mrs. Paddock, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon of Algona, sends the following greeting and newsy letter for the benefit of her Algona friends: Phoenix, Arizona, January 11, 1945. Dear friends: Illness and house guests and the holiday rest made it impossible to get the Christmas letter clone as usual. I do enjoy doing them arid will get theift all done soon. I'm enclosing the clipping regarding the Bournes' participation in the last bond drive They have helped oh all ten civic things in Sunny Slope. They have purchased the Moore house in which they have 'been residing and are working it over into ar attractive home. (Mr. Bourne still takes charge of all of our ration stamps. We simply couldn't manage without him. He has only made one error in the years of rationing. He shorted the ration bank ten points on one envelope. Everyone is buried under these regulations designed by the "would be brain trust." Rationing, we feel, is necessary because the American public has really gone all out on this hysterical buying spree. Here cigarettes, fats, and pepper are the current bug bear. The "tramps" which have grown out of this era are our greatest nuisance. Esther Meinzer Saston (formerly of Burt) and her husband are head over heels in war rehabilitation work. Esther is also in charge of recruiting of nurses for this area. They are doing a splendid work in the most difficult jobs. The help situation here is just unmentionable. We've hired everyone that can "read and write. FARMERS We have just received a car load of Woven Wire Fencing and Barb Wire. Now, before the spring rush begins, is the time to buy your necessary requirements in fencing as well as steel posts and gates. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Basket Ball KOSSUTH COUNTY BOYS (South Hnlf) Algona High School Gym. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, February 1, 2, 3 SIX SCHOOLS Two games each evening; 7:30 and 8_45 ADMISSION: Adults 42c and Sc—50c Students 29c and 6c—35c (For details on pairing see story this issue) WALLPAPER Sale AS LOW AS PER ROLL BORDERS TO MATCH 150 PATTERNS Original Prices Disregarded* 1 We offer these less-than-bundle quantities of lovely wallpapers at attractive moneysaving bargain prices. A wide range of beautiful patterns — and enough of most for rooms of any size. A REAL MID-WINTER BARGAIN EVENT COWAN Building Supply Co. UGOSA. IOWA PHONE 375 FENTON FOR WARDS MET SATURDAY, MARY BIERSTEDT Fenton: Dhe Fenton Forwards 4-H club met on Saturday after-' noon at the Emil Blerstedt home. Mary Bierstedt was the hostess. All members but one were present and the assistant leader, Ruth Dreyer. There were three guests. The members drew plans of their room, followed by the pledge of allegiance and the club pledge. The roll call was "A New Year's resolution for better club programs this year" .and "the number of'war bonds and stamps bought." There was group singing and lunch was served 'by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Watson of West Bend visited Sunday at,,the Rollin Watson home. Mrs. Art Voigt underwent a minor operation last Thursday at the General hospital in Algona. Phyllis McFall spent the weekend In Mason City visiting Eunice Johnson who attends business college there. George Newel was brought Now we are running with the help of friends who are more interested in our survival than in war time wages. Mrs. Ira Wright who was the postmistress at Ringsted for. years, helps us over rushes. She's wintering here with a brother's family. At any rate, here's the wish for a new year which was better than last and a sincere prayer for a fair and lasting peace.—Gladys Tribon Paddock. New Deal Appeals to Housewives Every woman takes pride in her home, even if she won't agree that her place is in it. She likes to keep it fresh and clean, and she'd like to redecorate the rooms much more often if only it didn't cost so much. That's why women everywhere—and men who pay the bills—are so enthusiastic about an entirely new kind of flat oil paint called Uni/Tcx. It's a NEW DEAL for home-makers, because it makes the decorating budget go almost twice as far. What's the secret? A new development in paint called "Controlled Penetration". It means you don't have to wash, seal or primp walls; paint one coat of Uni-Tcx right over plaster, calcimine or wallpaper, and the job is done. It's easy to apply, and dries to a handsome finish that can be washed over and over again. Remember the name, Elliott's Vni-Tex; it's a genuine oil paint, the only one of its kind—not water-thinned—and it is washable. For nil the facts about this money saving New Deal in paint, phone or visit . . . CowanJBldg Supply Co. Phone 275 ALGOXA, IOWA hbme fcfidft? from Maiofi wheite fie -Had aft' dpftfatfofl tot the Removal of A eataranst, Lorraine Gwmenz nftd her girl friend, Bdllie Myers, both dents at the Mankato business college, spent'the Week*end here at the John Gramenz and Ray Tietz homes. The American Legion Auxiliary sewing circle met Friday afternoon with Mrs. S. E. Straley The afternoon was spent Sewing carpet rags for the Veterans has- pital iri Knoxvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell, Anna Marie and Benors, Mrs, Nor- rrta Mellng and daughter of Cylinder and Thbr Hagen and son Kenneth were dinner guests Sunday at the Movus Mitchell home. Mrs. Ralph Birchard and small daughter Mary of Rockford, la., are making an extended visit here at the home of Frank Behhe. Mrs. Birchard whose husband is in service is a sister of Mrs. Behne. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riggert and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage&nd Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod pnd daughters and Gerhard Riggert were Friday evening supper guests at the Ben Luedtke home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Jennie Armstrong in Blue Earth. The Armstrong son Claude was home on leave from the navy. Mis. Armstrong is a sister of Mr. Mc- Pall and Mrs. Wolfe. The Fifty-Fifty Sunday school class of the Methodist church had their regular get-together Friday evening at the church. After the business meeting lunch was Served, then games were played. Hosts and hostesses were 'Mr. and Mrst Elwin Schlei and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod. Announcements arrived here last week 'from Hawaii concerning the marriage of Sylvia 1 Newel to Capt. Paul Norris Barnes, on Thursday, Dec. 28, at the port chapel, Fort Shatter, Honolulu, Hawaii., At home after Jan. 1, Kanoehe, Oahu. Mrs. Barnes is a sister of Mrs. Clayton Ditsworth of Fenton. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. D. H. Maxwell of Fort Leonard Wood and .Robert Gustafson F-lc who has been aboard -the ship L. S. M., are visiting at the parental Fred Gustafson home. Mrs. Maxwell is a daughter of the Gustafsons. They came on Friday for a few days visit while Robert came on Saturday, having a H day leave. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten and Marcelle of Klemme visited Sunday afternoon with the Ed Schlels and Alfred Schleis. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Schlei and daughter. Alfred Schlei, who has been at the Ed Schlei home for quite some time, recently underwent an operation at Algona and left Monday for Rochester where he will go through the clinic. LUVERNfJ NEWS LuVerne Couple Has Four In Armed Forces LuVerne: Mr. and Mrs/ George Eggleston celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday by> inviting their children and a few neighbors and friends to their home in the afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Eggleston have seven children, Alden and Merle in the navy, Beulah and Doris in the WAVES, Mrs. Art Henry of LuVerne, Mrs. Charles Nygaard of Wesley and Vernon, also of LuVerne. Three of their children were at home for the anniversary. WAR BONDS . . . buy them and "Let's Win This War." 7 DUROC JERSEY Bied Sow Sale Tuesday, Feb. 6 BLUE EARTH, MINN. 35 HEAD 35 These gilts have been fed with their future usefulness in mind, so are well grown and in good breeding condition. The sale will be held in a heated pavilion at the Fairgrounds at Blue Earth, Minn. Lunch at ringside at 12 noon. f SEND FOR CATALOGUE Auctioneers: H. J. McMurray, Council Bluffs, la. Carl H. Wessels, Blue Earth,, Minn. Clerk: Blue Earth State Bank Wm. Meyer & Son BLUE EARTH, MINN. Mrs. Carl Merkle aftd 66ft Lynden of Minneapolis visited several days at the home of Mt, end Mrs, George Merkle and with othe'r relatives, Herman Warmbier aftd his daughter Arlene recently returned from Rochester, Minn., where Arlene had received a medic/U examination. / Mrs. Fred Merkle and children visited. A few days at fioxholm with her mother, Mrs. Emma Lehman. Mr. Merkle went to Boxholm Sunday and the family returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goetsch and daughters Sonja and Sheryl Ann were guests Sunday at'the honie of Mrs. Goetsch's grandmother, Mrs. Eva Sykes, and also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Albert at Pbcahontas. UJ. J,VAi. i UI1U 1V11 Or All VJI1 ' JDUX b F&iuflsetf Rbtat Monday f MM,? MeW htfiihtM'ttHt Fart *"** whete the til 1 B6ie» f „ medical •<!&&, MJsS flftt*;,, h6t nufse, cams to eate Isr theibaby, Mr. attd Mrs. fitueh Shirk en* tertatned at a'btldge j>arty f*!-* day everting in hbttor of Mr. and Mrs. aebrge Tlede of Des Moines- High honors went to Mrs. Cart Goetsch &n& Geergg Tiede. Lunch was served at the close< of the evening. Members of the Ladies Atd of the Lutheran church sponsored a social evening Sunday at the church. The special guest speaker for the evening was Chaplain Herbener of the P. W. camp at Algona. Lunch was served,by the ladies 'at the close of the .eve* ning. - '' ' Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley and Marjorie, Mrs. Anna Sankey, Mr. and Mrs. Otto &>mus and Bert Ramus attended funeral services tf. st*6ks an* died a ih Sutift! --was , jfiflde m the at , wt flife fivafifsHeai met TJiufsday ^ftonoon at the wa8 afteMidoft, anhs«-ei «».;$» •• > V&.n CHEVROLET OWNERS LOOK! g the war emergency we afr« sitMng to take care of all our .Chevrolet owners and want you to feel welcome at any time to faring your oar' in. We will do our best to help* y»u with parts or repairs to the limit of our ability. Thai Is our to our Chevrolet owners. - ' • KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA Coming to Emmetsburg, Hotel Kermore, Wednesday forenoon, Feb. 7th; Mason City, Hotel Cerro Gordo, Tuesday, Feb. 6th. Return visits each mouth. Dr.J.F.Shallenberger,M.D. The Regular and Reliable Chicago Disease Specialist who has since 1007 treated Chronic, Nervous and SPECIAL DISEASES of Men and Women Scientifically also Diseases of the Bye, Bar. Noae, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Blood, Skin, Nervous Debility, Nerves, Liver, Stomach, Intestines, Kidneys and Placer. Consumption in an early stage, Catarrh, Ringing in Bars and Deafness, Paralysis, Neuralgia, EpUepsy, gicfc Headache, Goitre, Eczema, Scrofula, Appendicitis, Gravel, Rheumatism of joints and muscles. . PILES, FISTULA, FISSURE and Other Recto! Surgical Casse Given Special Attention Over 80% of my patients come from recommendations gf those J have cured. _ CONSULTATION Or, J.F Jh lM4E,Mrd,8<j, M, 0, Fresh Sugar Jumble Cookies . 2 Ibs. 19c WAX PAPER 125 Ft. Roll 19c V Radiant Dessert Powder, pkg. . 5c MAGNOLIA OLEO 25c . Ib. Large Lux Flakes 25c CLIMALENE i .. lmgepk , 21c IVORY SOAP 3 BL - 29c BRILLO SOAP PADS pke . 10c PERFEX CLEANER te 23c Johnson's GLO COAT IMITATION JELLY .Qt. Bottle 99 C 5 Ib. Jar 4dC 288, Good Size Oranges 5 doz. $1.00 Fresh, Crisp Radishes 3 bchs. lOc Large Cauliflower hd. 29c Sno White Gloss Starch 3 KG 19c LUX, LIFEBUOY SOAP 3 ,,„ 20c SWEETHEART SOAP labile ALGONA BUTTER _ , b 45c GRAPE JAM 1M ,. Jar 21c Mary Stevens. SANDWICH SPREAD ..Pint Jar Good Valu DILL PICKLES 23c ..Quart Jar £U V Large Texas Seedless 1 Grapefruit 10 for 45c Large .200 .Size ,,-•> * . ',,.,;'. : a./- V s v>|^ -,>•'^1%^^ Oranges dozen 39c Extra Large Head Lettuce ea.!2c GRADE A - 4 Points SLICED BACON Ib. 41c Fresh No Points Ham Hocks Ib. 21c Sugar Cured No Points Bacon Sq. . Ib. 21c Shankless 3 Points Picnics lb.31c 3 Points Pork Cutlets Ib. 35c Pork and Beef HEARTS No Points Ib. 18c COTTAGE CHEESE Ib. 19c Pike FILLET H. 42c Mutton No Points Mutton No Points Roasts Ib. 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