The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1945
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PORTLAND BOY'S HAND MANGLED IN FANNING MILL Portland: The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith was assisting with oats fanning Saturday and caught his hand in the power belt and mangled it quite severely. It is understood the end of one finger had to be amputated. LOCAL CARD PLAYERS WIN AT PLUM CREEK PARTY A group of folks from here attended a benefit card party and won most of the przes last week Tuesday evenng at the Plum Creek Center school. The party was sponsored by the Plumb Creek Homemakers club. Prizes v, u ric lf e were won as follows: High, Mrs. Harry Christiansen '^^^T'f^'-' \? -IP BesM8hte%AIf6«a, fol*a» ttfet&.to, and Ted Rlngsdori and 2nd high to Harry Christiansen. In 500 2nd high went to 'Mrs. Fern Drone and low to Mrs. W. J. Stewart and Chfis. Scott. Proceeds were donated to the Algona U S. W. Geo. Lester of Woden was a dinner guest at Martin Larsen's Wednesday. Mrs. George Graham celebrated her 76th birthday on the 17th with a family dinner. All her children were present Maurice who is in Italy. except He remembered his mother with a bouquet of sweet peas and roses. The Portland 'Service club met Thursday of last week with Mrs. Ilifford Young. After the business meeting a wool quilt was tied and hemmed, also a laprobe was tied. These things are to be given to the Burt unit of the U. S. W. An interesting letter 'rom Lt. Mary Rain was read. Mary is in the European area. EIGHT CONFIRMED IN ST. PAUL'S AT WHITTEMORE Whlttemore: A class of six girls and two tooys were conflrrried Sunday forenoon in St. Paul's Lu* theran church, Rev. W. H. Discher conducting the services. Thay were as follows: Marilyn Rusch, Lucille Lauck, Arlene Struecker, Dorothy Shealler, Marion Rusch. Lorraine Gade, Eugene Maahs and Harlan Pompe. Dick Hansen of Ames visited over the week-end with his.par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen. Ited with Mrs. Werner Mfaali and family ovef the weekend 1ft Mr. aftd Mrs. Ernest Meyer and daughter Elaine and soft Allen ttae visited with relatives 1ft LH- Verne 6vef (the week-end, -r— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hettten-- with, accompanied 'by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons visited Sunday afternoon fit the E. J. Heldenwith home at Swea dity. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pompe of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Dau and daughter Evelyn and son Billy of Algona were. Sunday dinner guests at the Anna Dau home honoring the confirmation of her Mrs. Ruth Schultz and family jpent Sunday at Lotts Creek vis- ting with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 'otratz. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz vis- WHILE IT LASTS JELLO 864 Packages Each 6c OMAR FLOUR 25c lb. pkg. YELLOW ONION SETS 29c lb. CRISCO V lb. Jar 09 C BULK MINCE MEAT ,„ 19 C CARNATION MILK Tal , CMK eadl g c FANCY CHOCOLATE COOKIES ,„. 29o SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 2 ,b *,* 33c LUX FLAKES I ' SAUERKRAUT RIPE OLIVES " MARY STEVENS SALAD DRESSING Large Pkg- Quart Jar Large Size 9% oz. .Quart Jar 25c 22c 29c 37c 18 K Tiny Whole Beets No. 2 can |9 C Happy Host Catsup 14 oz. bottle W & N Peanut Butter Carol -2 lb. jar Apple Butter qt.. jar 23c Swansdown Cake Flour Ig. pkg- 26c Bisquick Ig. pkg. Pure Grape Jam 2 M>« J ar 39C Air Mail Prunes 2 lb - pkg. 29c Algona Creamery BUTT E R lb. 43c White Syrup % Gal. 35 C GRAPEFRUIT, TEXAS SEEDLESS, 96 SEE 1Q te 39 C CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 »*. 15c EXTRA FANCY WINESAP APPLES 2 » 29c PASCAL CELERY. LARGE SIZE J 29e FANCY NEW POTATOES 3 ~ 25c COLORADO WHITE POTATOES 'JJQ ,„ B J 49 C QUALITY MEATS Loin End O*7 Pork Roasts, lb. L i C CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ,„ 33 C MEATY NECK BONES lb fifi FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE lb IT- PORE PORK SAUSAGE RING BOLOGNA, COURSE GROUND FANCY BEEF ROAST lb. .lb. lb 29c 25c 25c Kree Mee SST^A Cheese, 2 lb box D"C HOOD SUPER VALU grandson, Harlan Pompe. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude, August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald, Mr. and Mrs., Gustav Berninghaus and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Biersted of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the Werner Gades in honor of their daughter, Lorraine flrmalion. Gade's con- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Ostwald and daughter Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son James of here, Rosella Voigt, Evelyn Voigt and Mrs. Milton Espe of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter Susan and son Billy of Rolfe- were Sunday visitors with Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Mathers. Cpl. Fred Fish left Sunday for Minneapolis where he will visit with his brother arid family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fish. He will then go to Seattle where he will visit another brother Harlan Fish and family. Cpl. Fish spent the past two years in the Southwest Pacific area and has been stationed in China most of the' time. He will report after his 30 days furlough at San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker entertained a number of people at dinner Sunday the occasion being in honor of their daughter Arlene's confirmation. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erase and daughters of here, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Reinen and daughter Betty of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kitchenmaster of. Steen, Minn. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Arthur Heidenwith home Friday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs and daughters Donna Jean and Rose Carrol, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and daughter Elaine and son Allen Rae. Cards were played and lunch was served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck entertained the following people at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of Lucille, tht daughter's confirmation:' 'Mr. a: Mrs. William Meyer and son Al- Von, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strueck- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, Mrs. Herman Behnke and daughter Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, Mrs. Geo. Frost and daughter Carroll of here, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kitchenmaster of Steen, Minn., Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brase, also of here. BURT HIGH MUSIC GROUPS PRESENT PROGRAM TUESDAY Burt: On Tuesday evening at the high school gym a musical program will be given by the different music groups as follows: The high school band will play six numbers, followed by the girls' glee club singing five numbers. There will be eight short selections by the Tonnette Band and the boys' blee club will then sing five numbers. A mixed chorus will present five selections. These groups will be assisted by the boys' quartet and the girls' sextette. Following the concert the Burt Band Mothers are serving a lunch. Ledyard Boy Helps Capture Nazi Outpost Ledyard: Pfc. Carl Zielske of Ledyard and Pfc. Joe Bratulica of Duluth, Minn., helped capture a 23-man German outpost which enabled their reconnaissance battalion to move into a town and grab 150 more Nazis. They are with the 2nd armored division. The above was re-printed from the Des Moines Tribune. Pfc. Carl Zielske is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zielske, farmers living west of town. ALGONA, IOWA Former Swea Nurse Now 1st- Lieutenant Swea-Eagle: Lt. Francis Kuchynka is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kuchynka who formerly lived here. Miss Kuchynka is a graduate of the Swea City high school and nurses training at the Swedish hospital, Minneapolis. Later she was a supervisor at a San Francisco hospital where she enlisted for service. She is now in the army nurse corps in the European theatre where she advanced to the rank oi' first lieutenant. The promotion came on the field of battle. For months U. Kuchynka was attached to an evacuation hospital near the front lines. Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mrs. Roy Petersen of Ringsted, returned Saturday from California where they had spent a few days with their brother, Richard Brayton. Richard is a discharged marine, a veteran of the present war and is seriously i)l, being kept under an oxygen tent and also sugers with a heart infection. LONE ROCK IDLE HOUR CLUB MET LAST THURSDAY Lone Rock: the Idle Hour Club met Thursday afternoon wltli Mrs. Fred Tigges with Mrs. P. L Person as assisting hostess. Hoi call was answered toy nine members with an exchange of pot holders. Mrs. Melvin Faber Was added to the membership. Mrs, James Coady and Mrs. Odey Cher* larfd conducted the entertainment. The next meeting will be on April 26th at the home of Mrs. Mildred Bonebrake with Mrs. Ralph Thompson assisting. Supt. and Mrs. Ralph Bean spent Saturday in Fort Dodge on a shopping tour, Mrs. Pershing Marlow and Judy Kay spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Eric Seegebarth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and son Dick, spent Sunday at Elmore visiting relatives. Mrs. Harry Montgomery fifth and sixth grade teacher, spent the week-end in Minneapolis where she attended the Ice Follies. Sgt. Leon Larson, of Camp Chassee, Arkansas, and Miss Violet Larson of Mason City spent the week-end at the home of their sister, Mrs. Arthur Prlebe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sohroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt spent Friday evening at the Arthur Schroeder home at Fenton in honor of Mr. Schroeder's birthday. and MfS, ttt& Gentiuu. W i StUdelSf at Alnes Oftllfege, the 'pist gev-efal days eHjO betwaeti-ecuarter vacation with he* .patents. , / Mlfc Meiers MoWahoh, loea. teacher, spent the >eek*end at the home of lief cousin, MM, M, fi. DanneWite In Algefla, > Mt Datinewltz la assistant mafiagef at.the BOtafOfd Lumber Co, Miss lone. Lease, local hjfli school principal, spent tMe weekend at Des Moines where she attended the state basketball tournament. Accompanying here were Selen Jensen, Emma Schfader, Ersel Bierle, Doris Marlow aftd Shirley Bates. Those who graduated from the Catechism class Sunday at the Presbyterian church Included Joan ' Rita Huflburt Verda Belle •«' •>,, ^^^n . i ij* ^^ - < >&^^A '< , Change of Bus Time To ft* Dodge Leave AlgottA fls40 A. Mi Week Days LeaTe Algona 2s IS P, M. Every Day leave Algona 5 {05 P. M. Sunday Only I, I. LAHSON j »»»»»»»»»*»»»»»*»»»»»«««»»»**»*««+»*»«««»**»»»»< ,-* Algona Business Firms Will Close from 12 Noon to 3 p. m. Good Friday, March 30, 1945 Iowa State Bank and Security State Bank Will Close for the Afternoon NEW MkUPfENHEIMEn •. • what a fine old American tradition! hefee are the finest clothes Kuppenheimer has ever produced. Finer handcrafting... styles with a greaier degree of distinctive originality... fabrics that sparkle with life,and color ... rare excellence of fit that would do expensive custom tailors proud. So if you need a smart addition to your wardrobe... be sure it's a Kuppenheimer. Kuppenhclmcr Suits— New, alert style ideas and gloriously rich patterns and colors. 50.00 Kuppenheimer Topcoats—Luxurious fleeces and smooth-textured fabrics in a pleasing variety of colors. An investment in good appearance ^ 4 ..* t, r i • •••»••»•»-•••*•• HAPPY EASTER TO YOU Zender's "tore For Me*"'- 1

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