The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1945
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MANY PARTIES AT IONE ROCK DURING THE PAST WEEK l-one Rock: A 500 card party TVas held Friday evening at the liohie of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krue- iger. Those attending were Mr / and Mrs. J. M, Blanchard, Mr. , and Mrs. Fred Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. David Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hobson, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, Neva Thompson. Those winning prizes were Mrs. Ralph Thompson high and Mrs. W. C. Heiter low for women; Jim Long high and Jack Quinn low for men; Geo. Long, door prize. A hard time parly was held last Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Those attending wete - Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mr. •and Mrs. Lem Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. 'Geo. Kissner, Dillis Marlow, Mrs. Paul Olson of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. I-yle Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon and brough and Claud Hawks. 500 was played with Mrs. Eldon Mar* low winning high and Mrs. Mel- ,vin Hawks low for women; Jack ; Quinn-high and Eldon Marlow low for men. The winners ol the hard time party were Claude Hawks for men and for women. Mrs. Geo. Klssnef Marlow, Dell Marlow, Mr. Mrs. Milton Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hawks, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn, Mrs. John New- A birthday party in honor of Laverne Schroedar was held last Saturday evening at the home of liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroedar. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmelling, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Klatt, both of Whittemoro; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hhrischilles and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroedar, all of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Weiner of Ban- Toft; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner )t Burt, and lone Lease and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen. 500 was played with Mrs. Andrew Thomsen vinning high and lone Lease win- iing low; Roy Chrischilles high nd Henry Weiner low for men. VTrs. F. F. Schroedar won the ravel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'ichroedar and lone Lease were Iso supper guests at the Henry Schroedar home that evennig. A birthday party in honor of Mrs. Wm. Krause's 80th birthday was held last Tuesday at the Ernest Jensen home. Many lovely gifts were received by Mrs. Krause who had been visiting the E. M. Jensen home from Monday till Saturday. Mrs. Krause was a former resident of Lone Rock home of Mrs. Lydia Wetzel wer Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMahon an Esther Wetzel of Algona, Mr. an Mrs. Reinhart Wetzel and fam lly and Mr. and Mrs. Ervih Wet zel and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Warhe of. Bancroft were Sunday dlnnn guests at the Ray Bierstedt home Hiram Ackerman attended tin funeral Monday for Mrs. Crouch at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crossley and Diana of Seneca stfent Sunday at the Henry Kueck home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoppe anc family spent Friday evening at the Verne Hoppe home at Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Radig and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Theesfleld, the latter of Armstrong, attended the girls' district basketball tournament last Saturday at Gruver. Luella Bierle, who attends the Mankato business school, spent last week-end with her mother, Mrs. Alice Bierle. Mrs. Dale Linahan of Ventura visited at the Frank Flaig home last Tuesday evening. Lucille Genrich, Marvin Schultz and Lavurne Schroedar.the first attending Ames college and the latter two attending the Sioux City college, spent the week-end at their parental homes. Lucille brought a 'friend, Helen McLaughlin, with her. for many years and now lives with her daughters at their homes. SUnday dinner guests at the School Notes The senior class of Lone Roc IETY Westminster Guild Meeting— f The Westminster Guild of the Tirst Presbyterian church held ft !:30 supper in the church parlor Monday evening with Mrs. Lyle Mathes and Atha Hardgrove host« esses Devotions were led by Junkermeier. There also was election of officers. The retirihj? officers are: Mrs. D. G. Clopton, resident; Jessie Smith, vice pres- dent; Alha Hardgrove, secretary; !va Ewald, treasurer, and Mrs. Walter Klempley, sponsor. The lewly elected officers are Fidelia president; Glendora Bur 'ank, vice president; Helen Leigh, ecretary; Grace Miller, treasurer, nd Mrs. Thais Beughly, sponsor. /Irs. Lyle Mathes was a sponsor and will remain one The program was led John Hegarty & Sons PLUMBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND WINDMILLS Phone 255 at Algona A song in your heart starts with a new,hat for Spring! Come see our wonderful, spirit lifting collection, at prices calculated to coddle t your budget. Fresh straws ... gay fabrics . . '. delightful flower hats, too! Find your Easter bonnet here, from our new season charmers, today. The ELITE THURSDAY, MARCH 1 Matinee 2 P. M. Ray Milland "Ministery of Fear" Actual Film Record of Second . -•. N Defeat of Japs. Naval Battle of ti.e'Philippines Story in Saturday Evening Post and Colliers FRI., SAT., MARCH 3-3 ITS BREEZY... ITS TEASY... IT'S TUNEFUL! for the Family Saturday SUN., MON., MARCH 4-5 TUBS.. WED., THURS., MARCH 6-7-8 TOGETHER is going to publish a school an nual this year. We have a new pupil in th first grade. Her name is Jane Newbrough. She went to schoo in Fort Worth, Texas, befori coming here. The pupils in the first and sec< ond grade room 'bought $87.45 worth of defense stamps the pas six weeks. Those receiving 100% in the six -weeks spelling test in second grade were Bonnie Black, Larry Fox, Gordon Hutchinson, Jane Krueger, Leon Marlow, Barbara Quinn and Betty Whitehouse. In the first grade were John Cotton, Marjorie Houck, Dennis Long, Virginia Ann Marlow, and Dick Snyder. Those who were neither absent nor tardy for the six weeks in the 3rd and 4th grade room were Ralph Richards, Max Flaig, and Dickie Jensen. There was one in our room who had 100% in spelling every Friday the last six weeks. It was Donald Hutchinson, a third grade boy. The 3rd and 4th grade room has been working on a post office unit. We made a post office and mailed our valentines in it for Valentine's day. Now we are using it when we write letters. LOCALS ast year lis year. _ _._ y Major and Mrs.~L. C. Hutton. ue Sprague Celebrates th Birthday Tuesday— •:. Sue Sprague, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Earl Sprague, enter- ained eight of her ' playmatos uesday afternoon, Feb. 27, at a party in honor of her 7th birthday. The table was set in a patriotic color scheme with hats, napkins, and flag-centered red, white and blue cake. Sue received some lovely gifts, and lunch was served later. Those attending were Ruth Shierk, Darlene Sengbusch, Lois and Kay Friesner, Katherine Hutchins, Cheryl Vanderwaal, Marcla Cowan, and Barbara Bourne. Sandra Shumway and Patty Ward were unable to attend because of illness. i * * !ongregatlonal Guild— The Congregational Guild met Monday evening at the church for a 6:30 pot luck supper. Vivian Cowan, Eleanor .Smith, Ruth Lai- veil, Emily Griggs and Esther Quinby were the committee In charge. The meeting was attended by 26. Emily Griggs, president, presided and read a short rticle on "The Growing Edge." VIrs. Marian Conklin had the les- on which was on Buddism. The lub had adopted the fourth Monlay of the month as its regular meeting night, but. because of Holy week will meet next time n Monday, March 19. Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel en tertained at their home Suhdaj/ evening, It toeing Mrs. Egel' birthday. 500 was plyaed at three tables, with high prizes going to Fred Powell and Mrs. Thai$ Alma Schnakenberg, and low to Mr. anc Mrs. Ernest D. Egel. Lunch was served at the close of the evening Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Doup Wilden, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell, Mrs. Thais Schnakenberg Mrs. Charles Delbler, Mrs. Oran Hudson, Mr. .and Mrs. Ernest D, Egel and John Schnakenberg. Mrs. Clifford Haase, Lee ahd "Karen, spent last week-end at the parental R. F. Laabs home at Fenton and helped them cele* brate their 35th wedding anniversary. Others that attended Were Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred l^aabs and farnily, Mr.- and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and family of Fentoh and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wolf and son of Bancroft. The children presented Mr. and Mrs. Laabs with a rocking chair in honor of the anniversary. O. E. S. Honors Organists—The regular meeting of the O. E. S. will be held on Tuesday evening, March 6. The program •is in honor of the past musicians in the O. E. S., a list of which follows: Viva Peterson, Alice Hutchins, .Nell McCall, Beate Sawyer, Grace Phillips, Leota Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spraguc ancl daughters, Sue and Ellen, spen! the week-end in Fort Dodge with Lt. (j.g.) E. E. Attleson and family. Billy Guderian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian, has been home from school with the flu since the first of the week. Billy is in junior high. Donald Gene Stromer, of Ready, Pa., Was a visitor at the Fred C. Huettner home Tuesday. He left Wednesday for Duluth, Minn., where he will report for duty. Betty Jane LaBarre will return Sunday to Lindenwood College for Women, St. Charles, Mo., after spending a couple weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. LaVerlle Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long, came home Tuesday and will visit until Monday and then return to Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, to begin a new semester. Mrs. Eleanor Twogood, Mrs. Meggs Bennett, and Mrs. Helen White spent from Thursday until Saturday in Des Moines. They met Mrs. Bill Sharp in Fort Dodge and she accompanied them to Des Moines. Mrs. Rudy Ostcr of Gainesville, Texas, came Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Milton Fox, and help her take care of the latter's aunt, Mrs. Ada Stacy, who is ill with heart trouble Mrs. Oster is the former Lila Schmidt. Wayne D. Graiifham arrived Tuesday and will visit until Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Frances Qrantham. Wayne will finish his Navy V-12 training a Crete, Neb., in June and then go to midshipman's school. T-Sgt. Gordon Schmidt let Monday after a few days with his wife, the former Dorothy Hoover, and his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Otto Schmidt. He has beei stationed at Camp Maxey, Texas but expects to have overseas duty soon. The Rev. and Mrs. Eugene K Nelson are the parents of their i second son, David Eugene, born (Thursday, Feb. 22, and weighing 7 Ibs. 13 oz. Their other son Berger, will be 3 years old in May. Mrs. Nelson will return home Saturday from the Kossuth hospital. Betty Courtney leaves Sunday for Des Moines to resume .her course in nurses' training a Broadlawns hospital after a month at home with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs W. L. Courtney. She has been helping at the Kossuth hospital part of the time during her stay here. Vera Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. George H. Johnson of Algona, underwent an appendectomy operation Saturday, Feb. 24 at the Kossuth hospital. Vera had come home for a week-end visit from Des Moines where she is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital. Vera expects to leave the hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Courtney have received word that their son T-Sgt. Wilbur Courtney will soon be home from the South Pacific on rotation duty. He has been in service over four years. His brother, 2nd Lt. Loren Courtney, has been in the South Pacific three years. He recently sent his parents some Japanese money. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton re^ ceived word recently from their son, Arden, signalman-lc, that he has been transferred from Brpok- lyn, N. Y., to San Francisco, Calif. Arden had been training 4 mouths in Brooklyn for his sig- lalman rating, and upon ' com- letion of the course was then •ansferred. Arden's brother, iVebster, S-lc, has been on an ircraft carrier in the Pacific and as transferred back to. San rancisco also. The two boys ex- ect to meet in Frisco. Gelgel, Mary Hough and Millie Klamp. Mrs. Peterson was the organist when the Algona chapter was first organized. Wesleyan Service/ Guild — The Wesleyan Service Guild enjoyed a curry and rice dinner at t the home of Rev. and Mrs. Price, Monday evening. Devotions were led by Viola Douglas. An interesting lesson about nurses and missionaries in Burma was presented by Helen Michel, assisted by Mrs. Price, Christine McCullough, Lola * Kowalke and Viola Douglas. Miscellaneous Shower — A miscellaneous shower was for Mrs. Dan Froehlich, the,' Gerled Methodists to Hold Week's Meet Evangelist O. C. Knutson of Windom, Minn., will hold meetings in the Methodist church at Gerled nightly beginning Feb. 28 and closing the night of March 6. Meetings will jbegin at 8 o'clock. Evangelist Khutson will also preach the sermon Sunday, March 4, at 11:15. A cordial invitation to attend is extended to everyone. HOSPITAL NEWS Kossuth Hospital Feb. 22: Lance Stephen, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Fannie Branagan, Sexton, medical; Mrs. Jack Schultz, Irvington, medical. Feb. 23: Mrs. Paul Figge, Burt, boy. Feb. 24: Vera Johnson, Algona, surgical. Feb. 27: June Huling, Britt, surgical; Mrs. Chas. Ainley, Al- ;ona, medical; Mrs. Henry Grandgenett, Bancroft, girl, , Feb. 28: Mrs. Louis Gatton, Al- jona, girl; Mrs. Craig Smith, Algona, boy. General Hospital Feb. 22: Reiner Helmers, Algona, boy. Feb. 24: Mrs Wilfred Willey, Humboldt, medical; Helen Ben- .ele, Swea City, surgical. Feb. 26: Mrs. Henry Tjarks, Wesley, girl. Feb. 27: Mrs. Henry Dirksen, Woden, surgical. Feb. 28: Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Corwith, girl. former Alice Hagge, Monday eve ning, at the home of Edith Rey nolds. Seventeen guests wer present. Gifts were opened b the bride, following which lunch was served iby the hostesse Edith Reynolds, Marjorie Peter son and Eilene Nelson. v# — ::— DInfter Held— Mrs. Dennis Pratt entertaine at dinner Sunday in honor of he son, EM-2c Merle Pratt and wife Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merl Anderson, Louis Hansen mother, Mrs. Peter Hansen o Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigs bee, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Prat Mr.- {affd Mrs. Beecher Lane o Algona, and Mrs. Harvey of Man Chester. ' Sewing: Club The "Sewing club met at th home of Mrs. Dennis Pratt Tues day. Mrs. Harvey of Manches ter, Mrs. Merle Pratt and Harlan Sigsbee were guests. Mrs The Garden club will meet a the high school at 8 o'clock Monday, March 5, with Mrs. R. S Clark as program chairman. UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT "I was so full of gas I was afraid I'd burst. Sour, bitter substance rose up in my throat from my upset stomach after meals. I got SYS-TONE, and ii worked inches of gas and bloat from me. Waistline is way dowr now. Meals are a pleasure. I praise Sys-Tone to the sky."— This is an actual testimonial from a man living right here in Algona SYS-TONE Is the new formula containing medicinal juices from 12 Great" Herbs; these herbs cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering—Get Sys- Tone. Store. Lusby & Giossi Drug LOANS on Automobiles, Furniture, Tractors, Farm Machinery, Livestock and Personal Property. SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS United Loan Service E. II. Pittman, Mgr. 112 North Moore, Algona, Iowa Phone 782 7-13 I Sale of County PROPERTY The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County are^ offering for sale the late Nina Dutton property, located southwest of the amphitheater at the Fair Grounds. Said tract consists of a five room 1% story frame house and approximately 5.94 acres of ground. For further particulars, inquire at County Auditor's office. The property is described as Lot 2 of Lot 4 of Government Lot 4 of Section 11, Township 95, Range 29 (Cresco Township). Sealed bids will be received at the Office of the County Auditor, Court House, Algona, Iowa, on or before 2:00 o'clock P. M., March 14th, 1945. A certified check in the amount of $25.p9mqst (accompany bid, and the Board of Supervisors reserves the right to accept or to reject any or all bids. ' <':•' BOARD OF SUPERVISORS o! Kossuth Couulft Iowa, WitH many families moving the first of March, and spring just around the corner, housewives are starting spring* housecleanirig. We have many items which will lighten housecleaning tasks and are .glad to recommend them to you., . . SOILAX DICKA-DOO23c Powdered and Cake BON AMI Mayflower LYE for i cans 25c 49e WINPEX......., 0 oz . Bottle Tidy House Painted quart SURFACE CLEANER 49 C Automatic SOAP FLAKES MAGIC WASHER SUPERSUDS 23c 23c 23c Blue Barrel, Large Bar SOAP 3 tor 29c Large Bar . p&GSOAP _5 fo ,23c Soap. SWEETHEART & for 21e Fruits and Vegetables CALIF. SUNKBT ORANGES l^'l:..: f ^ 49c GRAPEFRUIT, LARGE SIZE TEXAS ' n. f < 10 '. -fs tj, All" ,*i-t, 't" ' ' kswtfla's RADISHES. FANCY RED TIP Bunches •>.l»'- - 13c BROCCOLI, LARGE BUNCH JACK RABBIT YAMS WAX TURNIPS FRESH FROZEN BLACKBERRIES^ ^ ____ j ASSORTED Clinton Puddings ...... 2 for 9c JACK SPRAT Pancake Flour ..3 Ib. Bag 18c MAYFLOWER ^SS^RTED Jellies ...... .'...'...large glass, 2Ic JACIC SPRAT; NO. 300 CANS Pork and Beans .......3 for 29c -,V. •••** '• ' ' *A • ' JACK^SPRAT Tomato Soup :.3 for 25c LADY CORREVE ASSORTED Preserves 1 Ib. jar 29c Ball Zinc Jar Caps Doz. 27e Jack Sprat Enriched FLOUR Baking Dish FREE 5O UK Sack Fancy Roasting Hens ib. 36c Decker's lowaiia Hams 4 TO 5 LBS. i 4 TO 5 &BS, STRING END ........ ..,„. 31 c | LARGE END ............ lih 34 C CENTER SUCES, CUT TO BAKE OR FRY , A 49 C Fancy Sliced Bacon . . Ib. 37c Slked Dried Beef g, Klb. Pure Ground Beef . ~ < 3JfK' , Ib. 25c

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