The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1945
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i "' d ' 1 "- jm fe ^ 4->w- <v •& - 1 :f s?H4:'; 7 • AA^^-J^^.^ WESLEY SOLDIER BY AIRPLANE FROM HAWAII TO STATES Wesley: T-5 Gayle Studer, son of the J. L. Studers, arrived in Wesley Saturday night in response to a cablegram sent in earlier that his father was in a critical condition at the Veterans hospital in Des Moines. T-5 Gayle was flown from Hawaii to San Francisco in a plane and 'thence to Des Moines by train where he visited his father that morning before his death, which occurred an hour after Gayle had left him to go on to Wesley. He reported ihis father to be in good spirits when he left him, and did not know until that afternoon, when lie arrived in Mason City, that hiu father had passed away at noon. Another Studer son, 1st Lt. Robert V. Studer, who is a B-17 pilot, also was sent a cablegram notifying him of his father's con- dition, and tt was thought here over the week-end that he Is on his way inasmuch as Mail arrived addressed to him at Wesley. Lt. Studer has completed 35 missions over Germany and was to be given a two months ground duty before being eligible for a regular furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ricke spent the week-end at Ames and Boone visiting family relatives. Mary Lee ErOJman left Saturday for Des Moines where She is starting a ten weeks business course at the A. I. B. J. P. Studer, secretary and manager of the K. & H. oil station here, attended a three day oil dealers' meeting at Waterloo last week. The Lester Larsons and the Lester Leases were guests Monday night at' the F. M. Christensen home in Algona, the event being Ronnie's 10th birthday anniversary. Robert. Harvey recently spent a week at Clear Lake taking treatments from a doctor there. LEDYARD U.S.W. HOLDS WORK MEET AT SCHOOL HOUSE Ledyard: The United Service Women met Feb. 9 at the schoo' house for their regular work meeting. Not a very large attendance but a quilt was tied, worker on drapes and bed spreads, also cut out woolen blocks for more quilts Vhich are very much needed at the hospital. Lunch was served by Mrs. Leo Anderson and Mrs. Ternes. Next meeting will be Fob. 19. Everyone interested in this auxiliary are urged to come and help as these articles are greatly needed now. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knoner and three sons wer.e business callers at Fairmont Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson and children of Seneca spent Saturday vsiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Ace Warner was called to OUR CEILING PRICES are prominently posted for your information and convenience. "CEILING PRICES" to Your BUDGET EXTRA FANCY—WRAPPED & SIZED GOLDEN Fancy Juicy Calif. ORANGES Box $6.39 % Box $3 lOc DELICIOUS 12!c PER LB. 1.29 Ib. Northern Grown Cobbler POTATOES 100 Ibs NEW TEXAS CABBAGE, lbt 4c GREEN PEPPERS, Ib 20c WAXED PARSNIPS, Ib 9c YOUNG CARROTS, Lge. Bnch. 7c PINK SfEAT GRAPEFRUIT, Ib. ...8c SunkUt LEMONS | Juice of 1 lemon In water upon arising—(or regularity Per SWEET JUICY NAVELS SWEET SPANISH ONIONS PEELB. Boysenberry PRESERVES SUPERB Bing Cherry & Gooseberry ,PRESERVES 1 16-oz. Jnr EVERBEST SPICED PEACH PRESERVES 16-oz. Glass ra^ut^A * j 290 Superb PURE GRAPE JELLY COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS NO POINTS WHITING FISH Ib. 18c CUT I.TJNCH HERRING 16-oz. jar 24c CODFISH 1 Ib. box S4c WHITE PERCH FILLETS Ib. 34c Spiced Lunch Meat LB. .37'c Jellied Corned Beef LOAF LB. .37c Sliced Beef Liver LB. .29c DRESSED CHICKENS Ib. 42C Cheese, 2 Ib. Box Minced Ham ....per Ib. 25c Ring Bologna ....per Ib. BEEFSTEAK Lb. 38c SIRLOIN and ROUND STEAK SUMMER SAUSAGE, Lb 38c POLISH SAUSAGE, Lb 33c SOUSE LUNCH MEAT, Lb 29c PORK NECK BONES, Lb 7c BEEF BRAINS, Lb lOc MUTTON SALE SERVE WITH Sniffed Onions Carrot and Raisin Salad HHOLI.DICI: Roast, Lb. I4c SHOULDICI! Chops, Lb, I5c 1UI1 AND LOIN Chops, Lb, I9c MUTTON Stew, Lb, .. 8c LEG 'O MUTTON NO POINTS I I ON MUTTON LDi . Gerber's STRAINED « or JUNIOR Cans FOODS 25c Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal, pkg. .. 13c JILCE JlIllIiON BLACK FIGS ja-uncBricg. .. PRUNES 2-l'uuud Hug QUA t.Fry SEEDTESS" RAISINS 4-l'ounil Dag 160 32c FLOUR SALE More Loaves Per Sack WHITE LOAF, 50-lb. Bag.. Guaranteed FIRST PRIZE, 50-lb. Bag.. SYRUP Cw more eyrup to extend your sugar allot meut. Wedding Breakfast WAFFLE SYRUP, S Pound Jar ... Robb-Ross Cuban SUGAR ftftx SYRUP, S Lb. Jar 33 p SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER 16 Ounces 330 He mo POUND JAB 59c Salad Bowl SALAD DRESSING 30c QUART JAR ... MORNING LIGHT Toilet Tissue 3 Rolls SUPERB Sanitary Napkins 2 Packages .. 25 6 FINE BLEND TAC-CUT COFFEE 300 MCIL OAK STORES Bancroft Monday by the dfeath of h«f mother, M*s. Nemwets, had suffered ft stroke weeks ego. Miss Patricia Mafeener spent Sunday at the home of bet 1 eous ins, the Marry IJarfeons of ArlA strong and her uncle and family* the E. M. Jenks of Fairmont. Mrs. Herb Zielske went to El* more Saturday where she met Mrs. Herb Oangstee and daughters. They all motored to Fairmont then and spent the day shopping. Mrs. Anton Anderson and Son spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Geo. Anderson, Tony's mother. They expect to return to Chicago soon. Tony is now stationed on the Marshall Islands. Rev. and Mrs. Nuss returned Friday from Chicago where they attended the Moody Bible Institute week confefence. While in Chicago they stayed at the home of their daughter Alice. Little Patricia Johnson, daughter of 'Mr. -and Mrs. Chet Johnson, entertained several youngsters and their mothers on her 7th birthday, Mrs. Chas. Bashars, Tommy «nd Rosalind, and Mrs. O. Rosboro, Judy and Terry. Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and son Douglas, Mrs. Ted Green and children, UaVonne and Billie and Miss Esther Green were bailer in Hmore Saturday. This, was th first time any of the children' ha taken a train ridi so' the excur slon was one of mystery to th two boys especially.' Mrs. Howard Cyer, Wayne S6f fert and Darrel Troff were week end visitors at Albert Lea. Mrs Dale Seifert and son are how llv ing ih Albert •feed since Dale ha been dn the service. Pvt. Dai Seifert is now stationed In Be1 glum and Is with'the 294th En gineer Combat Battalion unde Gen. Hodges. G. and R. Church Notes On Sunday and Monday, Feb 18 and 19, Bethany E. and R congregation will have the priv ilege of hearing Rev. Asaph To bert,- missionary of Nigeria, Afrl ca. Rev. Tobert has been servlni for quite a number of years unde the Sudan Interior Mission. H will speak to the Sunday School a 10 a. m. and bring the messag for the worship service at 11 a m. Then On both Sunday and Monday evening at 8 p. m. h will talk about missionary wor] among the natives of Centra Africa. He' will also show ster eopticon pictures of his mission in Africa. A cordial invitation t> the public. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Miss Thelma Oppedal entertained at a vanishing tea in her home Saturday night. 'Mrs. Al Lickteig and two daughters, Helen and Ruth, spent the past week at the home of Mr. Licktelg's parents, the Louis Lickteigs. Mrs. Ed Garman, who submitted to a serious operation -at the Mercy hospital Jan. 29, is expected to return to her home here this week Wednesday. Mrs. Jake Lolling who submit;ed to an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital at Mason City, was able to return to her. home icre Wednesday of last week. Miss Kathryn Willems, house- ceeper at St. Joseph's parish, re- ,urned home the middle of last week following treatments at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pommer are the parents of a girl born to hem Thursday night at the General hospital in Algona. This is ;heir second child, the other ; be- ng a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyon and three children of St. Paul re- urned to their home Sunday eve- ling following a visit here at her parental home, the Ed Hildmans, since Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weig were notified Friday by the War Department that their son Lawrence had been wounded on Jan. 27 in the Belgium territory. No further particulars are known. Eugene Swanson, the youngest of three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson, who has entered the piilitary service, is under quarantine at the hospital at Great Lakes, 111. He. has scarlet fever. Miss Vera Forburger, 1 R>*N., of the -Mercy hospital in/ Mason City, arrived home Friday for a several days visit with her folk's, the Tom Forburgers. She was the "special" for Mrs. Ed Garman at the hospital ten days. Miss Beatrice Hildman left Monday for Boone to be in the home of her sister, Mildred, and husband, the Reece Martins, for several weeks. She had been assisting in the Ed Hildman home here the past month. Mrs. Lee Day returned to Camp Ellis, 111., Thursday night to be with her husband, following her visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Goetz, and to be present for the wedding of her sister Gladys Goetz to Robert Trenary. Mrs. J. P. Studer was honored at a shower at her home south, of town Thursday evening. The guests brought lunch and an enjoyable evening was held. Women in Jhe group included those who had at one time made up a bowling team. Mrs. Helen Johnson, Miss Dorothy Goetz, C. F. and Nelle Frimml, Fred Van Patton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seimer of St. Benedict and Mr. and Mrs. Phi} Arndorfer of St. Benedict were dinner guests Sunday at the honv of Wm. J. and Minnie Frirhml. The U. S. W. . met Thursda; with 19 members present. Thi group is asking for colored yarn which will be used to make af ghans. Mrs. Esther Skow WBL named .rehabilitation chairman Hostesses were Mesdames Tillie Loebig, Claus Tjarks, John Huff and Oliver Young. ' Mrs. Helen Goetz entertained _ group of relatives at a party Sunday night 'honoring Lillian and Joseph Johnson who were home for ten days. Those at th_ party included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz and Billy, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz, Jean' and Bob, Mr. anc Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Dorothy Goetz. 500 was played. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Chas Kraus entertained a group of 30 some guests at a 7:30 buffet supper and miscellaneous bridal shower honoring their son, Cpl Donald Kraus and his bride, the former Jeanne Ketchen of Emmetsburg. Sunday the Krauses were hosts to a group of relatives of both Cpl. and Mrs. Kraus from Manly and Emmetsburg, and called the event their "Christmas" dinner inasmuch as Cpl. Kraus was stationed in Italy at the time and was given his 30 days furlough after Christmas. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daken were Mason City callers on Saturday of last week. Rex Taylor of the -Air Corps; home on furlough from Phoenix, GAS FURNACES A limited num- -ber of Green Colonial Gas Fired Furnaces will bo available in 1945. In some towns, restrictions have already been removed on gas heating. Place your order early; the demand is already heavy. Stokers and OH Furnaces Green Colonial domestic Coal Stokers may be available later this year. Installation restrictions are entirely off. While oil furnaces cannot be made yet. place your order early. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 N. Dodge St. Algona. Iowa i--ar-ic ;••.•:,/&? rtf//ij9^ " is'desiign&dVfa help ydu "get"YPU.^piirsJt'Oibest'nJcirkei-i ••-'„ Oi " J-' •' . *' " , ' '. •'•'* " .' '. ' * '"'-')* ; 'f-'i 'tJ't~ ' r • ".;/• '^t '' ' >* rWJeightsip le^s. f^me-^with less,Yefed—ijfith.l^ss ,yvorA ;•' .'•— a*, njbre. prp/ff. •_,.] ;-,-. •'•'•.'•.•. '^ ••'t' :: ..^"-l"'^.''- '•':' HONEYMEAD MEEL #&$£ T/ME li MQNf f In »oy rehlay. To pay y«« btlt prettt y«« fcovt to put FAST growft and gala* on your plat, You iavt fo «t tAtm to 6*ft j*y/ft« wwrltf wtlght, M«(.f Sod, of lew ««u, TNt li i*o»«y-m«t* i«9 *9g railing, C»t Hontymtqd Mt*l fofo y««r fig Rqtfen B9W, Sot y9nr Hentym«94 deql«r today. HONEVMEAD pfiapucrs co. ft.A '*»..» OS,. I O.W A ALGONA FLOyR & FEED CO. Next to Northwestern Freight Depot on 469 Phone 857 , eft &ftffli» Wise Saturday, » M^ttttati' Wl& and wlck,^g*« StBKtlf at the hbme of hid toother, Mrs, Sa^h Wise. Lois Moeiin* visited her friend, Francis Hubbel, \H*lle Mrs. Swlsher went on business. Mrs. Swi^hef called for Lois Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp, of Winterset, Iowa, attended memorial services for their nephew, Lt, (j.g.) Wilbur C. Steven, at the Sexton M, E. church Sunday afternoon. John Hegarty & Sons Plumbing and Heating Pumps and Windmills Phone 255 At Algona Don't Accept Less than a Certified Insulation Job! —TO SOLVE YOUR FUEL SHORTAGE PROBLEM "Insulation," says the U. S. Bureau of Mines, "is no better than the man who installs it." It's sound judgment therefore to insist on the insulation job for your home that gives maximum efficiency. Eagle Home Insulation is sold only by us as the authorized Eagle Contractors in this community. We insulate your property according to sound engineering principles, and give you a written certificate covering the work. . > WHAT IS AN EAGLE CERTIFIED JOB? 2 Only genuine Eagle Mineral Wool insula- based^on an accurate survey of your property. Insulation is applied in accordance with factory-engineered, specifications. It is applied every place necessary for a thorough job—not a half, nor a two-thirds job. 2 Only genuine Eagle Mineral.Wood insulation is used. This material is fireproof, waterproof, water-repellent, and does not lose efficiency by "settling." It lasts a housetime. It is chemicaDy and physically stable. 3 Material is pneumatically blown to the correct thickness into sidewalls and ceilings, without mess or trouble. Eagle workmen are thorough, cut no corners. 4 Proper ventilation wherever necessary (without which, trouble-free results cannot be certain). 5 Benefits: Fuel savings up to 40% in winter; temperatures as much as 15° cooler in summer. Added fire protection. A more dust-free house. Maximum comfort all year 'round. Cowan Bldg. Supply Co. ALGONA - IOWA Phone 275 Insulation FARM AUCTION As I have rented my farm, I will sell the following described property at my farm % mile north of Whittemore on the west side of the road, on SATURDAY, FEB. 17 Sale to begin at one o'clock 88 - HEAD OF LIVESTOCK -88 12 - Head of Horses - 12 1 Team of sorrel mares, 5 and 6 years old, wt. 3000 Ibs. 1 Team sorrels, mare / and gelding, 6 and 7 years old. 1 Sorrel gelding, coming 4 years old. 1 Team bays, mare and gelding, 6 and 7 years old. 1 Bay gelding, coming 5. 1 Bay gelding, coming 3, 1 Dark grey mare, coming 4. 1 Brown gelding, coming 5. 1 Bay driving or riding mare, 8 years old. Registered—"Irene Hall." (Rubber tired race cart and cutter, and single harness). 35 - Head of Cattle - 35 14 White Face heifers, wt. 800 Ibs. 3 White Face steers, wt. 800 Ibs. 3 White heifers, wt. 600 Ibs, 2 Black heifers, wt. 600 Ibs. 4 Spotted heifers, wt. 700 Ibs. 3 Spotted steers, wt. 700 Ibs. 5 Red heifers, wt. 800 Ibs. I White heifer. 41 Head of Hogs 41 15 Spotted Poland China brood sows, to farrow in April, 25 Feeder pigs, I Spotted boar. Machinery 1 8*ft. Peering binder, John Deere Manure spreader, 1 9-ft, McConnicfe; Deer, ing disc, 1 flexible drag, I Slack Hawk planter with 130 rods wire, 1 end gate seeder, J §*ft, McCorroick Deering mower, 1 hay rake, 3 g^raw 'joJw\ Deere plows, 2 ftingte raw corn plows, 2 wagons, 1 triple box, 1 hay rack, 3 sets breeching harness and collars, l I5*ft, International disc, I SQQ-s&e brode? stove, 1 year old. , , ' • • ' t ,1 Cook Stove and pther smaller articles, , TERMS; Cash, or if time is wanted, pleasjj see clerk before the sale or at the sale, No property to b§ removed until settled fort , , ; " JOHN FARRELL ^jg **&&- w^^ ^ __ i ' - t „ , * n^T^c^ 1 - - ^ n , CoJweU Bros., -..'^ ,^i*« ••• t

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