The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1945 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1945
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»/' i '''V/.v/ ;,">'>'' ,J.tT r y .-,, \ i J ™ m CITY BOY AT SCOn FIELD; WAS OVERSEAS 3 YEARS Swea City: T-Sgt. Richard O'Green writes to his parents, the Emil O'Greens, that he is at Scott field, 111., near St. Louis, for a 22 weeks course in radio. Sgt O'Green was 3 years in North Africa and Italy. While there he worked in field telephone communications in the infantry. The "Fun and Sing Hour" was held Tuesday evening at the Floyd Treat home west of town. Harvey Larsen of the navy is spending a leave at the parental Henry Larsen home. Georgia Ann Butterlleld returned Sunday from a visit at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pischt of Shell Rock; Burdette Anderson and "family visited relatives and friends here Sunday, attending church here in the morning. Burdette is the son of the late Elon Anderson. Lt. Robert Lelancl, navigator with the army ferry command, IS spending a furlough with hts mother, Mrs. Elfreda Leland. Mrs. In a Jensen of Big Lake Minn., and Mrs. Margaret Rogers of Seattle .visited at the Jude Hill home last week. The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Hill. Wesley Students and Legion, Auxiliary See Safety Films Wesley: Prank Ulish of Foit Dodge gave a highway safety talk and showed films at the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon. That evening he was a guest of the American Legion and Auxiliary at a pot luck supper at 7 o'clock. Following the supper Wr. Ulish gave a very interesting alk on highway safety and showed films to the group. The eve- ling was closed by group singing. LEGION POST AT WHITTEMORE BUYS KOPPEN BUILDING •Whittemore: The American Legion of the Seely-Walsh Post No. 425 has purchased the Koptien building on West Main street to make their future home. A committee is working on plans 1o make a respectable and modern hall out of this building and when completed should make another great asset to the town of Whitlemore, according .to the plans. Adjutant L. H. Peril of the American Legion received word 'rom the government that tha Selly-Walsh Post will receive an lead stone in memory of Wm. Cramer, a former Legion member and a veteran of World War I Last week West Union firemen ield a coon and chicken supper it which time they were hosts to heir wives and other guests. Nine pounds of waste Cat were salvag- ;d for the war effort by Mr. and VIrs. Clell Cullins after the coons lad been cooked. New Machines Flare type wagon boxes, hydraulic loaders to fit International H & M. Farmalls and John Deere A. and B. tractors with hydraulic pumps, compressor and tank complete, regular horse drawn corn binder. Rear spring tooth attachments for cultivators, double and single unit pipeline milkers, 1 No. 15 pick-up hay baler complete with motor, H & M tractor wheel weights, plow fertilizer attachments, Farmer's Friend manure loaders to fit H & M tractors. Hanunermill belts. Cargill Feeds Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tractor Tires and Tubes Pontiac Parts and Service USED MACHINERY No. 4A McCormick Deering all steel horse spreader, No. 102 horse drawn planter, cream separators, 2-14 Oliver plow, V/z-2% h. p. gas engines, nearly new. McCormick Deering No. 7 enclosed gear, 6 ft. horse drawn mower, nearly new Jayhawk stacker- Algona Implement Co. McCormick Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 State and Jones Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- and Mr: and Mrs. J. J. Ros- endnhl and son Ralph visited at he Ross Vaux home at West 3end Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl lad as Sunday dinner guests Mr. ind Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Wrs. Helen Seely of here and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, West Bend. Mrs. H. A. Roschke and daughter Katherine returned to their home in Waverly Monday after spending a week here with Mrs. Roschke's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke, helping them move to the Schmitt farm at the west edge of town. A number of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer gathered at their home Friday evening to help Mr. Meyer celebrate his birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son Ray- mond, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer son payle, (Mr. and Mrs. M Lauck and family, Mr. and Albert Meyer, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Mr, and Mrs, Jr. J. Rosendahl and sons Danny and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Herinnn Behnk and Leofift Kinitz. The evening was spent playing cards and lunch was served later* -, FARM BUREAU OF TOWNSHIP MEETS F e n't o n: The independence Farm Bureau had a covered dish supper Friday night at the Center school at 7:30. District No. 9 had charge of .the coffee and the program. The program consisted of group singing, piano solo by Harry Barkne, Jr., number 1 of vocal selections by Lois and Dorothy Larsen. Quiz games were conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Nelson, and the 1945 AAA program was discussed by B. O, Berkeland. Save Chicks Save Money Here 1« an improved v *^" <*> * starter, ready to feed—ready to help save chicks, and give them a vigorous, healthy start. Sargent's Sweetened Alt-Mash Starter costs no more than ordinary starters, but you get 17 ingredients, including these— 3 STEPS AHEAD 1 * OMALASS, processed dried molasses. 2. VYLACTOS, for Vitamins and Lactic Acid. 3. ADDED MINERALS to build stronf bones. Let us show you how you can Mve money and chicks with 'his starter that's 3 steps ahead. WHITE'S MARKET Phone 631 WITH ALL 8 GUNS firing, this 'Republic P-47 Thunderbolt is one of many types of fighting planes which fly with Phillips high-octane fuel on all the world's fighting fronts. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace Visited Sunday at the Andy Wallace home in Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and Mrs. Art Mueller were in Sibley Thursday on business. Freeman Wolfe was taken to the General hospital In Algona Friday morning for treatment. Hadley Bailey spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Harold Fude and family near Emmetsburg. Mrs. Ray Tietz and Mrs Rollin Watson spent the week-end in Mankato visiting their sister, Lorraine Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krause and son, Bryan William, of West Bend spent Sunday at the parental Theo Weisbrods. Circle 2 of the W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Mar. 21, at the home of Mrs. Will Weisbrod with Mrs. Don Welsbrod assisting. Ed Schlei drove io Rochester Thursday to visit his brother, Alfred, who is convalescing after a major operation. He returned home Friday. Michael McGovern, son of Mf. and Mrs. Joe McGovern, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Saturday night where he Had an operation on his ear. .Mr. and Mrs. Art Johnson and three children of Swea City visited at the Robert N. Kyhl home Sunday night. Mrs. Johnson is a niece of Mrs, Kyhl. Mr. and Mrs. - Clarence Osborn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetsch and Mrs. Anna Osborn were Sunday dinner -guests at the Otto Kelly home, Ledyard, honoring the Kellys' 20th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and • children, (Mr. arid Mrs. Hilbert JBierstedt and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Seims and Shirley spent Thursday night at the Herbert Schickelman home, it being their daughter Wanda's second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz went to Rockwell City Saturday evening for a visit with the Jamesj Schwartz and Mrs. Karl Schwartz homes, the latter just returned' from Rochester where she had undergone an operation some time ago. They returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt entertained Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter Elaine's 10th birthday. Mrs. Jess Halvorsen and Olivia Mueller assisted with the entertainment and serving. The afternoon was spent playing games after which lunch was served. Guests included Evelyn and Janice Madsen of Burt, Alvina Miller, Ruth Wegener, Joan Bierstedt, Lail and Ronnie Pettit, Charlotte Mier, Verdelle Greinert, Mary Jane Hanover, Delores Haack, Lois Hantelman and Lela Fouss, ...and Phillips is one tf the Six Larges! E S. Producers! ^ •... ('< i- - "* ^ v \ * ^ , 1>1 ' "• % <,<,w.&;W, WONDERFUL GASOLINES after the war? : :: Of course, because of today's greatly intensified pro-i gram of research and production; The headline above clearly and simply states the outstanding position achieved by Phillips in the wartime production of combat aviation fuels; It is more than a hint of what you can expect from Phillips in peacetime gasolines for postwar cars: Phillips is also a major producer of butadiene for synthetic rubber. And high-octane fuel and buta-i diene are both synthetic chemicals t:; two of the limitless thousands of products which can be made by using petroleum zndpetroleHnt gases as a chemical raw material: That is why we say, every time you see the Orange and Black Phillips 66 Shield, let it remind you that Phillips refineries::: in addition to producing gasolines; lubricants; and fuel oils s:: are also gigantic chemical'plants pout* ing out weapons for victory; PHILLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY; Bartlesville, Oklahoma CARB FOR YOUR FOR YOUR COUNTRY FOR VICTORY...Buy U.S. War Bonds and Stamps HARMS SUPER SERVICE STATION 81316 PHONE 74 — ALGONA HAROLD JONES FRACTURES KNEE CAP IN FALL Harold V. Jones was brought home the latter part of last week from a Fort Dodge hospital where he has been over a week for treatment of a fractured knf>e cap which he received from slipping on icy ground. He* wears a heavy cast an d will remain bedfast for some time. Service Men Notes T-Sgt. Richard O'Green writes his parents, Emil O'Greens, that he is at Scott Field, 111., near St. Louis, for a 22 weeks course in radio. At the completion of the course the students usually go to the army airways communication set-ups. Wendell Erickson, AOM-3c, is spending a 20 day furlough at the home of his parents, Forest Erick- sons. He has been in training at the naval air station, Banana River, Fla., and will return there as a bombardier instructor, Howard Krumm of the navy and s wife are visiting his parents, Wm. Krumms. Howard is with the South Pacific fleet. Kenneth H. Kollasch S-lc of ;he Pacific fleet is here on fur- .ough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kollasch. Pfc. Alvin L. Larson, stationed at Norfolk, Va., is spending a 15 day furlough with his parents, the Arch Larsons. •Mrs. Arthur Anderson returned home last week Saturday after a visit with her son, Pvt. Edward Anderson, at Camp Wolters, Tex- s as, and her daughter Betty, superintendent of nurses at a Boulder City, Nevada, hospital. Mrs. Anton Anderson and son George spent the week-end with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs Gus Anderson, Ledyard. Mrs. Anton Anderson, formerly of Chicago, lives here with her parents, the Ed Fosgrens while her husband is in the marines in the Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Torine and children were Sunday dinner guests at Perry Torino's, Algona, and to meet Francis' sister, Rmh Torine, a WAVE, who has completed her studies at Cedar Falls and is now home on a furlough. Seneca U, S, W, Met Saturday Afternoon Seneca: fh« J3eft¥a*-'!rnUet! Se*vic6 Women held a Wofk meeting at the Seneca School Sat* urday afternoon, they spent the afternoon cutting out slippers. That same afternoon Mrs. ,Oftedahl packed two boxes of articles completed by the Seneca unit nhd sent them to the shipping cetttet at OskaJoosa. The boxes Contained 14 pieced woolen quilts, t la-p robe, 1 woolen afghan, 19 '8* fSl ous items df SEXTON NEWS Miss Thecla Amaft, Mason dlly 1 , visited /with relatives In Sexton Sunday Mr. artd Mrs. Martin. Mimbfich visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Kate fisser, at Cy- AnHrl,fc Meftdt? sea ueiday with t Sent, M«» firusle Ndbfe. ,Mft, Bifutte- mU aftd Mrs, M* OH Mrl. Soferi Dldrieksbn Js e6nfln*d to her bed tot A time, Mf. anti Mrfi. Hafvey • steVeh were visitors over the ,weefc-eftd at the home of .their son, Mf. aftd Mrs. Lloyd H, Steven and family of Mapteton, Minn, Mr. and Mrsi Perry Lownvan en- fdlnfly afld Mfs, fnfteiSi8 l «ftd. M*,. LoW«i8ft 6f Al* ' M*. sAA'WfK I—. efe gFMly fliirfflsed SUtufdsr tthefl theV received a,telephone- • 6611 forh hfef fflotHef 5 , Mffi» John Nordstfotfy at Pdrtlaftd, Ocefon, , eoriffalulatintf therii ofl thelf wed-- • ding anniversary. There Were 10 61 her folks' offering their eon- gratulatlons in the call, each giving hid owrt. , This Is NATIONAL DONUT WEEK Donuts are everybody's Favorite. We make DOWNY- FLAKE DONUTS—Fresh Hourly. COME IN AND SEE THEM MADE Your Choice of Two Donuts and Cup of Coffee for Baker's Dozen Special This Week-End 13 Donuts for Price of 12 Plain—Sugared—Frosted EflE S H | Rill T & & U E B E T H B fa E S Sunkist Navel Pkgs Doz. 39c No. 2 Can 23c Calif. Green Top / *'•* Carrots, per bunch '5c Pink Green tions, 3 bunches Salmon I Can 23C Sunkist LEMONSfi Fresh TOMATOES Ib. 2 Ib. Jar Folger's " Coff66 55c 'i* Cobbler ^>w —^ Potatoes, 10 i lb . $3.1 Extra Fancy Delicious APPLES 4 New %. Gal. S1.29 CABBAGE Ib. Clinton Texas Seedless Grapefruit per doz. 31,,, lOc CONSUMER'S COMICS "Well, here's the oasis!" IN QUALITY MEATS Creamery Butter Ib. 43 C Star Skinless Frankfurters ..Ib. 29c Star Sausage Rolls Ib. 35c Durkees Oleomargarine Ib. 29c Bologna Ib, £3c Spare Ribs . . Ib, 23c "Kitchen Tested" Enriched Flour Gold Medal IIIICHEO Ib. Oxydol Rinso Super Suds Each 23C Star Sliced Bacon Star Link Sausage End Cut Pork Chops ., Cottage Cheese ...: Ib, |gc Sirloin Steak -Ib, 29c Minced Ham Ib, 24c Soap Powder Vel Soap P,&a,....4for Scowiwr P»0s SOS -_.,-/. BROOMS 5 Sewed $1,23 FIG BARS Fresh 2. IH 49c PASTE WAX 0)4 English 49c

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