The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1945
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$£t'* i '"'*?** ' • j "" Oes Molfles, Algona, !owa, March 15,1945 Henfy Dearchs Cited With Cotnpatiy On Leyte Invasion Union: Pvt. Henry Dearchs along with the other members o hJs company, has received a citation from his commanding majoi general for meritorious work on invasion of Leyte Island, It reads as follows: "Today the Red Arrow Division successfully completed its primary mission of forcing a passage south through the mountains from Pinamopoan to the Ormoc Valley 'after 36 days of the bittei-- est hand to hand fighting yet experienced in this war. The division has annihilated the 1st Imperial Division (reinforced) and by this determined action has shortened the completion of the Leyte campaign. "Every officer and every enlisted man in tho division as well as those attached played a vitally important part in the division's success. _"I wish to compliment each individual and to express my per- sohal appreciation for the splen did work accomplished by them in this campaign. Without tht (coordinated effort by each indl vidual the division could not hav been successful, "I extend the season's greeting to each of you and in so doing express my confidence in your continued success. May Got watch, over you and help yot through the strenuous days ahead —W. H. Gill, Major General, U S. Army, Commanding." This group of young men didn't accomplish this feat without much agony and distress as the company ind to be retired for a time to lurse ulcerated feet from being n the water and dampness so ong. Pvt. Dearchs is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. Henry Dearchs, Sr,, of Jnion, who moved from Algona a year ago to their farm near the enter school. Mr and Mrs. Art Zielske are arents of a new daughter born t the Forbes hospital in Swea iJity. Both mother and babe are oing flue. The young lady has been named Charyl Kay. Food Saves Lives Speeds Victory Our War Job in Kossuth County is to Furnish the Food We Can Do It By 1. Producing Our Proportionate Share on Every Farm 2. Cooperating With Our Neighbors 3. Using Good Farm Practices Kossuth County Farm Bureau Sorensen Specials Fresh Frozen Chili Beans or Baked Beans lb. §g Dried Peaches 390 Sandwich Spread pint 2lc Lima Beans, large size _2 Iks. 27c Kraft Dinner, 1 red point 2 pkgs. (90 WHEATIES Breakfast of Champions •Cpkgs. /& B 0 COME AND GET IT New Betty Crocker Temptation Spice Cake Recipe GOLD MEDAL "Kitchen Tested" Enriched Flour 50 lb. Sack 25 lb. Sack S2.49 S1.30 Graham Flour 5 Ik. bag Graham Crackers 2 Iks. 32c Grape, Orange, Pineapple Fruit Juices 2 gal, 35c Onion Sets 2 Iks. 65c Frozen Blueberries—Cherries—Pineapple Cauliflower, Brussels Sprouts, Carrots, Cabbage, Celery, Head Lettuce, Leaf Lettuce, Green Onions, Green Peppers, Radishes, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Yams, Sweet Potatoes, Rutabagas, Grapes, Pears, Apples, Regular and Ruby Red Grapefruit, Limes, Lemons and Oranges. FRESH FISH Fresh Side Pork 5 pts. lb. 28c Pork Shoulder Roast 5 pts. lb, 32c Ground Beef 6 pts lb. 266 American Cheese 24 pts. 2 Mbs. Q9c Prime Rib Beef Roast, 6 pts. lb. 27c HaU or Whole 8 Points Boneless Tender Smoked Ham Home Dressed Chickens .lb. Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 IETY Family Gathering Sunday- Last Sunday the B. H. Potters had a family gathering 'at the Plum Creek Center school house in honor of Mrs. Potter's nephew, Ted Hartzell of Britt who was 'home on leave from Italy, and for her -brother Ronald Clark vho was home from Fort George Weade, Md. Those attending were Mrs. Ray Fitch and daughter, Wrs. Lawrence Skilling, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartzell and children, Ted, Dale and Grace of Britt, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Johnson and daughter Vera, Mrs. Davy Ross nd children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Diebler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark nd children, Leo, Lois and Jana, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd -lark and children of Webster "7i'ty, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark nd son Richard of Corwith, Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Clark and daugh- ers Sally and Sue of Humboldt, VTr. and Mrs. Dwight Potter and hildren, Ronald, Dean, and Shirey, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Schoby nd daughters lola and Harriet nd Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz. Don Hamilton, jerry Scefeld |.Wed— Jerry Seefeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld of Wesley, was married ito Don Hamilton, BM-lc, son of Fred Hamilton of Marion, Ohio, Monday afternoon at the Methodist church at Wesley with the Rev. J. A. Riggs performing the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a light blue suit with a corsage of carnations. Mrs. Don Christensen. sister of the groom, was the matron of honor. She wore a light blue suit and a corsage. Don Christensen was toest man. Mrs. Hamilton is a graduate of the Wesley high school and also graduated from Hamilton's business college at Mason City. Until recently she was employed as a stenographer at Fort Dodge. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding supper was served to 35 guests. Mrs. Hamilton will return to Tacoma, Wash., with her husband and remain there until he is sent overseas. the group played Tripoli. Mrs. Clara Shilts and Mrs. Veretta Hdenk were the committee in charge. Men's Club of Presbyterian Church Will Meet— A supper and meeting of the Men's club was held Wednesday evening with installation of the new officers. They are: Paul Lindholm, president; Sherman Fenney, vice president; Marc iMoore, secretary, and Haroid Dains, treasurer. D. A. R. Met—"~~ The D. A. R. met Tuesday at the Mrs. W. K. Ferguson home for their one o'clock luncheon. Hostesses were Mrs. Clair Anderson, Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mrs. Mattie Falkenhainer and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess. Mrs. N. A. Price had charge of the program which was "China." United Service Women to Meet— The United Service Women will meet at eight o'clock Monday evening, March 19, 'at the high school. The meeting has been set ahead one week so as not- to conflict with holy week. Officers will be elected and refreshments will be served. Surprise Birthday Party— John Briggs was pleasantly surprised Mondlay evening when about 30 neighbors and friends walked in on him. The evening was spent playing 500. Lunch was served and Mr. Briggs received many gifts. Fellowship Skating- Party — A skating party was held Monday evening at Titonka for the Junior and Senior Westminster Fellowship groups of the Presbyterian church. Farewell Party for Mrs. Coddington — Mrs. L. J. Reed, Mrs. Clayton Percival and Mrs. Orville Wicks were hostesses to three tables of bridge Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. W. R. Coddington who is moving ito Rolfe today. FIRST MEtHbBlSf CtttltCM Nelson Allen Price, Minister 9:45 a. m., Special dedication service for new copies of paint* ings in church school. 10:43 a, m., Morning worship. Sermon: "The Lord's Prayer: IV. Forgive, Lead and Deliver us." 6:30 p. m., Junior Methodist Youth Fellowship. 7:30 p. m., Seth Parker type o service. Brief message, "Women at Calvary." 8:30 p. m., Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Clarence C. Richardson, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., Morning worship. The pastor will speak on the subject, "Wanted—a Priority!" 7 p. m., Junior-Hi and Senior Westminster Fellowship. ' 8 p. m., Lenten Sunday evening worship and Bible study hour. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Mass: 7:00, 8:30 and 10:00 a. in. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Luther H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Bible class 9:45 a. m. Divine service, 10:30 a. m. Wednesday,' March 21, Sixth Lenten service, 8:00 p. m. Baptist Church Robert F. Ktttrell, Pastor 10 a. m., Sunday school. 11 a. m., Morning worship. Sermon: "Conduct In Crisis." 7 p. m., Junior and Senior B. Y. P. U. . 8 p. m., Evening worship. Sermon: "The Interpretation of the Cross." M*. Sdn flfidJtefifl SfrSHt tht JSr§§K*fft at the fcbffie si Mft Aftd Sfftr 't M, TofSfcfSBHifil Bc*te, A b £?] h *l S f Marshall To entered, tlte serVk* three .Week ago anfl after mselVItfg his efliUp- mttit at Jeffefsbh Barrafcks wfIte £e is stationed at Camji Maeey Texas. John and Helen Schweitef spent Sunday at -the Marvin Mil* I" 1 hom? near Seneca. Mr, and Mrs. MeMn Hunt and family o: polliver were also guests there Sunday. The dinner was in h6nor of the birthdays of Billy Hunt who was one year &ld, and Joan Miller, /who was eight years old March 8. Methodist Church Motes The S. S. S. missionary group will meet with Joanna Chipman Friday evening, March 10. On Wednesday, March 21, the mission study will meet with Mrs. Howard McMullen. Mrs, Karl Anderson wlill lead the study. A song service will be held at the church Sunday evening at 0 o'clock. This is open to all who care 'to come. Mr. and Mrs, Lester Hecker of Rockwell City called at the Methodist church parsonage to have heir baby baptized," The W. S. C. S. met at the Hostesses fere Mfs.-pWl lew; Mfl.FfaHiSes 81ttm& Mfcs. Pearl .Button,, MfS Slid LU1U JlcS Vdl€d iuuuw nu«ii« new the w*fk mtL m.&ti&m ™ and m&? to lab' fd* the *!«*, , - -, *.',- Brt PRATT & LAMBERT CELLU-TQNE No more wall worries! Stain and soil are quickly removed (torn walls/ woodwork and furniture protected with this beautiful 'eggshell finish. 10^delightful ( colors. Cellu-Tone it easily applied. "ILMMlW Cowan Building Supply Co. Plum Creek 4-H Meets— Marilyn Weber entertained the Plum Creek^ Elite 4-H club on Saturday, March 3. The meeting was called to order at 2:30 by the president. Eight members answered roll call which was "I am Glad I am an American Citizen because—." A check was made on record -books and the sale of bonds and stamps. Jane Keith gave a demonstration on "Chair Back and Seat Covers." Virginia Zeigler, Donna Gardner and Mrs. Mary Long each gave a "picture study." Beverly Kain gave a talk on the "Selection of Shoes" and Marilyn Weber spoke on "Conservation." The meeting was adjourned and games were played. Lunch was served by the hostess. Lotts Creek Lassies Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies met at the home of Shirley and Darlene Lee on Saturday, March 10. Roll call was answered on "Some courtesy I have adopted." During the business meeting Mary Jane Muller gave a talk on "Laundry and use of sacks." The group also learned how to make dresser scarfs and received expense account books for the year. This meeting was a 'birthday party in honor of Ruth Ann Elmore. la her honor games were played and there was singing after the meeting was adjourned. A delicious lunch was served by the 'hostesses and their mother. Two guests were Anita Elbert and Janice Vleyer. Girl Scouts The Girl Scouts met Tuesday evening with Delores and Gloria Lane. After the business meeting games were played and lunch was served by patrol No. 1. Alma Noble Guild Met— The Alma Noble Guild of thft Baptist church met at the Ey# erett Richardson home Monday evening with Kathryn Richardson as hostess. THURSDAY, FRIDAY/SATURDAY, MARCH 15-16-17 Mrs. Earl Sprague of Algona is substituting as teacher for Miss Dale for the next few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Clause Daniels and family are the new people living on the Sewick farm north of town. They moved there last week from near Lakota. They have two daughters in school. A private sewage system for Farm Mrs. Andy Phillips and baby are spending some time with the Henry Phillips in Algona. Insulate Now! • -^ • For A ' ''•""••• Johns-Manviile Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf <ttj& %r. Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought •to every member of the family. Health and happiness with 'the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC ~*"NK. And the cost is so small. Kito install, too. ^COLUMBIA PICTURES .-. M Screen Play by Letsii Sumuels and Abem Flnkel. Songs by Jula Styne and Sammy Cahn • Produced •nd Directed by VICTOR SAVILLE JanetBLl-LeeBOllAN USUEBROOgS Fun for the Family Saturday THINK What the RED CROSS Might be Doing This Very Moment for YOUR Loved One, Then GIVE! Keep Your Red Cross at His Side Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, March 18-19-20-21 * v"/ j?, ,*,•!&•)*« Any Farm Home May Now Hove • Batb and Inside Toilet M*Ke your home modern I EDJOT lh« tame comforte that people in l»rg«t oltiei enjoy. F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 4-tf AV^X^^' > ,-'**• ' , - -•; >)V'« »K ^ r ivKSs <?v •! The Greatest Thrill Show .«. in The HcaveiisI -'-, , -, ''"; The Sweetest * . . On Earth! Surprise Farewell Party Given— }| A surprise farewell party was given in .honor of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber and family on Mon- Jay, Feb. 26. Those attending vere Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gerger ind family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Iheppard and son Dwaine, Mr. nd Mrs. Paul Ludwig and fam- ly, Mr and Mrs, Matt Frideres dr. ,and Mrs. Louis Shoemaker, larry Thill, Pauline Kissner and ohn Peffer. A delicious lunch vas served which was brought by he guests. The Fabers are mov- ng to their farm near Burt. 'ricndly Club Elects Officers— The Riverdale Ladies Friendly lub held their election of officers or the new year at the home of /Irs. Anton Weydert. Mrs. Au- ust Bernau was assisting hostess. Irs. Julius Capesius was elected resident, Mrs. Catherine Melen, vice president, and Agnes 'bilges, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. ewel Patterson was voted "moth- r" of the club. Rosina Thilges nd Mrs. Nicholas Weydert be- ame new members. Roll call was nswered on "House Cleaning lints." erry Bob Anderson Is Ten— Jerry Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, enjtentained .a roup of boys last week Wednes- ay evenng to celebrate his 10th irthday. Cake and ice cream ere served and games were play- d. Guests were Jerry Beamish, erry and Jim Jenner, Dickie hipley, Billy Hutchinson, and on Rising. Phil Anderson, Dicke Becker and David Long could ot be present because of sick- ess. Mariners Clum Meeting— The old officers of the Mariners club and the newly elected ones will meet Friday evening to make plans for the new club year. The meeting will be held at the Bob Nealey home at Burt. . There will be installation of the new officers at the next regular meeting <to be held Monday evening at the Presbyterian church. Soroptimist Dinner— k. The Soroptimist club met for dinner last Thursday evening in the private dining room at Cook's Lunch. The table was attractively decorated in the theme of St. Patrick's dray. Following dinner EVERY WEED Planning a spring paint job for your Jiome? You'll find It's easy to do yourself with the rjgllt paints — and we have them In every colpr to 111! every need! Floor varnish, house paint, water resistant paint for the kitchen and gloss and semi gloss enamels for furniture are just some of the many types of long, wearing paints and enamels from our wide stocks. 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