The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper De* Moincs, Algdna, Iowa, May 3,1945 19 St. JOSEPH'S SENIORS, WESLEY, GRADUATE MAY 13 -Welleyi A "Class of 19 boys and •girls Lwill 'ffaduate from the 8th •grade In tn<5 Parochial school 'Sunday, May 13, after the 8 •6'dock mass. Members of the .class are John Seller, Wendell 'Olson, Marvin Studer, Eugene •Bc-rftbler, Donald West, Billy ;studer, James Meurer, Robert 'Lickteig, Leonard Studer, Mary Youngwirth, Lucille Koppetl, "Mary Joyce Kollasch, Mary. Ann •Kleinpeter, Viola KelMer, Joyce •Hildman, - Ruth Goetz, Shirley Ltckteig, Mary Ann Hauptly and Nancy Daughan. Their flower girls and boys will be Carol Studer, •Margaret Wingert, Kenneth Hildman and James Goetz. The class colors >are maroon and white, the ftbwer Is the carnation, and the motto is "Excelsior." . First Communion For 16 A class 1 of 16 little folks will receive their first holy .communion Sunday In St. Joseph's Catholic church. They are Joan Ulcke, Margaret Wingert, James Goetz, James Licktei'g, Craig Kouba, Marlene Neuroth, John Philip Richter, John Pfeffer, Carol Studer, Kenneth Hildman, Normajean Becker, Edward Cruise, Joseph Ferstl, Marilyn Bornholdt and Carol Goetz. Their flower girls and boys are Janice Vltz- thum, Julia Raney, Mark Bebo and Kerrriit Studer. Shower For Alice Youngwirth Alice Youngwirth, daughter of , Mr. "and Mrs. John Youngwirth, was honored in the Parish- hail Sunday' afternoon. A large crowd attended and the honoree was the recipient of many lovely gifts. The afternoon was Spent playing games. Alice will be married on Wednesday morning, May 8, to ftichard 'May of CorwltH. K, C. Meet Here Wednesday Aibout 40 men attended the guest night, held on Wednesday evening of last week in Klein- Jeter's hall and sponsored by tha local K. C. members. This was a drive for membership and 7 men signed up. They will be inlated at Emrnetsburg in a few Weeks. Wm. Barry .and Wm. Barry, Jr., of Algona were guest speakers. A lunch was served. Jerry and Stella Lloyd of Mason City visited friends here over the week-end. Mrs. Art Nuehring of Mason City spent the week-end tit her parental Geo. Ward home. Cpl. Richard Nelson of Fort Riley, Kansas, spent, Saturday at the Clarence Swedln home. Mrs. J. B. MeUlie entered the Mercy hospital in Mason City last week for medical treatment. Ed Garihan was brought home Sunday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where he had submitted to surgery. Mrs. Ihno Gerdes had a birthday Wednesday of last week and a group of lady friends' spent a social evening at her home. Mrs. J. Schc!tes of Algona and her sister, Mrs. Gartner EWen of Amboy, Minn., visited their friend, Mrs! Joe Meurer Friday. Mrs. Viola Studer, Jeannine and Betty spent the week-end at the Julius Kelch home in Esthervllle. Mrs. Kelch is' the former Vivian Stuaer. The Carl Pearson family of Manly, the Art Larson family of Renwick and the Elof Pearson family were Sunday guests at the Tony Parsons home. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••ft WOOL The price of Wool is the same as the last two years under Government Control. % Blood Medium . ..... . ................. ....45c , % Blood Medium ......................... ...46c Vz Blood Fine Long ... ................. ...A2c Western and Reject as to quality. Sell your Wool direct to us and you are assured to receive all your wool is worth. > ' ,,^j JOEGREENBERG SIX ENTRIES FROM HURT IN CONTEST AT MASON CITY fiurt: Burl, had six entries in the music contest at Mason City Friday and Saturday. The rat- Ings were as follows: ^Baritone solo and tuba solo< John Rleb- hoff, each getting second; mezzo soprano solo, Eugenia Riedel, third; Madrigal group and girls' sextet each a second. The boys' quartet did not sing due to the illness of one of the members and Madrigal was also short one voice. These entrants heard some very good music and are proud of their own ratings. Prisoner of War Visits Here •Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen, their daughter anrt husband, Sgt. and Mrs. Rodney Smith and baby, Rodney, Jr., of Minneapolis, were guests at the 'Louis Scott home over the week-end. Sgt. Smith recently returned from overseas where 'he had been in a German prison camp since June 11 last. He was in the invasion on D-Bay. Mrs. Hansen is a sister of Louis Scott. Silver Wedding: Observed The following friends went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott Sunday evening to help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary: Mr and Mrs. W. W. Boettdher, Mrs. Pearl Chipman, Mr. •and Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schweitert and Mr. and Mrs. R. S.' Johns of Elmore. Minn. The Scotts were presented with a purse of silver dollars. Former Resident Passes Word was received here Friday of the sudden death of John McDonald, a former Burt resident. Funeral services were held from the home in_.Emmetsburg Monday. Among those attending from here were Jess McDonald and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs, Hugh McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Clyde Bristow, Dave Godden, W. E. Bleich and Harold Steward. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith called at the Home Sunday. John McDonald was the youngest son of Perry McDonald who owned the lumber yard here many years. Former Coach Wickett in South Pacific Area in Navy A letter from Mrs: B. A. Wickett states that Mr. Wickett, who is with the navy, has 'been in the Pacific the past eight months. He is on an LST and has taken part in most of the major landings in the Philippines. Mrs. Wickett has a 'brother who was taken prisoner by the Germans near the beginning of the war and the last word from him was Dec. 10. Bill goes to school near Mila and has missed his Cub work. -Mr. Wickett was coach here two years ago. x Lura Sewickr of Forest ..City spent the weekend at hef home here. Mrs. R. A. Bleich spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Louis Falk at Titonkd. Mrs. R. S. John and Shirley of Elmore, Minn., spent the weekend with Mrs. Ben Bahling. Edward Godfredson of Swea City, a .former Burt boy, la ..taking training at Biloxi Field, Miss. MM. Hiram Ward and son Gene spent Thursday in Fenton with Mrs. Brace at the S. E. Straley home. Mr. 'and Mrs. Alfred Larsen and Mrs. Mary Kain of Algona were Sunday dinner guests st Mrs. Carrie Larsen's. „ Mr. and Mrs. John Kartes of Bancroft visited the Jerry Nie- lands and attended the Sorenson funeral Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck entertaihed the Busy Bee club at his home Friday afternoon. This group made fracture pillows. The eighth graders will have their graduation program Wednesday afternoon, May 16, at 2:30 in the school auditorium. Chris Bolies moved to their' farm home east of town ; 'last week. Mrs. Ed Stewart has rented the Bolie place in town. Virginia Sorenson returned to her work at Minneapolis Saturday. She had been called home by the sudden death of her father. Capt. Dean Clapsaddle is visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle before reporting to Hot Springs, Ark., for further assignment. ' Mrs. John Long, Jr., and two children returned, to their home at Avon, 111., -after spending the past several weeks with Mrs. Ronald Elvidge. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Schweitert spent Sunday at the F. W. Baum home. Mr. Schwietert's sister, Elsie Baum, had recently returned from Iowa City. Callers at the Rev. Heddle home Saturday afternoon we Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Bohi and sons, Mrs. Marie Jacobs and Lulu Haugland, all of'Swea City. Ensign Wallace Officer left Thursday for the east. He plan- ned to spend a day with friends near Chicago before going on to Harvard university where he will receive further training. Mrs. Ben Bahling entertained the Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Blumer of Algona, a former member, was a guest as were Mrs. Hugh Williams and Kathryn Mamts. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz received word from their son, Pvt. James A. Woltz, that he is now stationed at South Camp Hood, Texas. He states also that Bob Riedel of Algona is with him there. Pvt. Weldon Bolie arrived from Camp Robinson, Ark., Saturday evening to spend a 10 day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohris Bolie. He will report at a camp in California at the end of his furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Balvance, Harold Ward and Mrs. R. Milbrandt of Buffalo Center called at the Hiram Ward home Friday afternoon. Edith Milbrandt spent the week-end at her home and Lynus Ward spent the week-end with his brother Harold. The Woman's Council group met Wednesday afternoon, May 3, in the church parlors with Mrs. John TrunkhlH, Mrs. W. H. Vogel and Mrs, Anna Vinaas as hostesses. These members are divided into four groups that meet the week before regular society meeting which is the first Wednesday in the month. Methodist Church Notes Sunday school at 10: morning worship at 11; Youth Fellowship at 8:00 p. m. Keep in mind that union Bible school will begin Monday, May 21. daughter of Mrs. J. L. Eustace and is a senior in the local high school. The Gobd Will club gave to the local library the 'book "Here Is Your War" toy Ernie Pyle in memory of Pvt. Orvih RistaU who gave his life for his country on Feb. 10, 1945 in a German prison camp. Pvt. Ristau was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg, Kenneth and Nadine, Norma and Lewellyn Hippen, Janet and LeRoy Miller, Eugene Beassler, Wayne and Robert Pergande, James Phillips, Norma Jean Hanselman, Janet Schneider, Harold Schipull, Arnold Pergande, Norma, Lois and Dennis Wilhelm. Harriet Nelson, Margaret Moed- ng and Wm. and 'Robert Meyer attended the' Walther League Spring Rally which was held Sunday afternoon and evening in the high school at Algona. St. John's Lutheran Church Sunday school at 9:15; divine service at 10:00; the Lutheran Hour at 1 p. m. over WCAL, Northfleld. The Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon of this week with Mrs Emil Eimers and Mrs. Ella Hanna, hostesses. About 20 young people attended the Walther League rally in Algona last Sunday afternoon and evening. Rev. F. Reith conducted .the vesper service. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence will move to Fort Dodge Tuesday. Darlene Conaway of Webster City spent a few days visiting friends here. Mrs. Chas. Goetsch and Mrs. Carl Goetsch were Fort Dodge shoppers Monday. Jean Putzstuck of Algona spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Putzstuck. Mrs. Wilder Rockwood left Tuesday for Oakland, Calif., to visit her husband who is in the navy. 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Tnat te a fact that you can prove If you weigh yaw stock and feed at regular-intervals. Thousand?i of farmers have t found that when they feed lyatktas Mitral CowQun,ds they cut the cost .of feeding and increase tfoeir, profits. Put Watkins (Minerals to work for youffpr ypur ppujitry, Hpgs and Stock. . , / ' r- *» »'» V§ lor All of tfi§ Aboye Mfntioned Watkfaw Produete — A1 * o Watkini Non WAH* p; ?i|osi ORDERS JP^BW ^p™ ^^VWj«W^M|P^(nifffl^ff^P Minn., spent the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cote. Mrs. Irvin Chapman spent Sunday afternoon in Goldfietd visiting at the home of her father, Geo. Kabele. Mrs. Norma Legler Stoner of Fort Dodge spent the week-end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoepner of Tulsa, Okla., spent several days visiting at the .parental Wm. Hoepner home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer and son of Renwick were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. O. S. Lund. ; -Mr: and Mrs. Gerard Towne of Des Moines spent' a few days; visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. .and Mrs. Earl Neal. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers and Clara Rector of Corwith were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mrs. Emma Schmidt arrived home recently from Minneapolis where she had spent several weeks visiting her daughter Bessie. Robert Bornholdt, manager of the Thompson Yards, spent from Saturday until Monday at the home of his parents in Arnolds Park. • Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergerson and son Dennis of Algona were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. •Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard and family of Wesley 'were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eggleston. Rev. Paul Beckman and Florence Hof attended the Iowa Conference of the Evangelical church in -Des Moines from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant and Mrs. Peter 'Thompson wera visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grug- ger at Renwick. Mrs, P. D. Schichtl of Esther- vine and Mrs. Henry N Marr and children, Joyce and Raymond, of Spirit Lake spent the week-end at the parental Otto Ramus home. The Cemetery Association will meet Thursday afternoon, May 10, in the city hall with Mrs. Wm. Klawitter, Mrs. Fred Wolf and Mrs, >Fred Hintz, Jr., as hostesses. Kenneth Witteirburg and Eugene Casey left Tuesday for their physicals prior to being inducted into 'the army, The boys are both seniors in the local high school. Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Powell and son of Yale and 'Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Wilson and daughter of Llvermore were guests Sunday at the home pi Mr. and Mrs, C. O. McCleUan, F»2c Kenneth Bockes arrived home Friday to spend a seventy leave with his parents, M?, ancj Mrs. John Bockes, is in 1 the navy and has been tianed, in Philadelphia, Pa. Erna Eustace underwent an pendcilds operation at the aA :b,osp}$al at Fort Dodge SaU looming Eyna ft the Modernetfce Club of Ledyard In Meeting Ledyard: On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Orville Runksmeier was decided upon* chosea as ttre flower ahd green and club colors. Lunch Was served _. _ _______ will be in May at the Mrs. Alfred Lloyd. WAft BONDS , , . buy them 8Hd' "L*ffl Witt this Waf." » was hostess to club. Roll call was answered by amusing experiences. lis Lutter gave an Interesting talk on lighting In the home. Each member had bought a book and these were exchanged. The name Modernette club was voted and accepted and the motto, know you better is to like Lanesboro still is paying highest prices for Poultry and Eggs Bring us your eggs and see for yourself Farmers with good eggs average over 35c. Poultry—Fowls, Straight 28c Springs, 2 Ibs. and over 28V6c Pink of Perfection Chick Starter $8.78 (In print bags) LANESBORO PRODUCE AND HATCHERY COMPANY MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOR 10 YEARS $» 8$n recently stated thajfflw JQ yeara he, felt Jj&e he had a brick in bis stomach. This fee}* due to the lump of «n* he always. h4d WN He was weak, wro »y, swpjlen'wiifa ra constipated. Recent* - NATIONAL APRIL 28 THROUGH MAY 5 BROOKEMA'S PUDDING Chocolate Flayor, Pkg.. . MEAD'S PABLUM 18-OmiM Package .... BORDEN'S MEMO-, 59c SUNSWEET 32-oz. Glass PRUNE JUICE 29c LARGE CALE ORNIA 2Lb. Bag SWEET PRUNES . 29c C LAPP'S Baby Foods iNATTJRALLY SWEET 7* TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES Buy 'Em by the Found.. LB. .11? NEW CABBAGE Lb. 5c WHITE ONIONS Lb. FIRM RIPE TOMATOES Lb. I9c SUNKIST LEMONS Per Found 12? FOBTO EICAN Sweet Potatoes Genuine Yams, Ib..... 11 SEE US FOR HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS GREEN MOUNTAIN POTATOES Buy enough firm, smooth, No. 1 Green Mountains to ran you until home ORIGINAL 75-LB. BAG 75 MOCK CHICKEN LOAF, Lb. 390 I'UItE FORK PEPPER LOAF, Lb. 490 MACARONI & CHEESE LOAF COTTO SALAMI, Lb. 43e sriCED LUNCH MEAT, Lb. 470 BIG and RING BOLOGNA at* CLUB STYLE FRANK* LB. OLD FASHION MEAT LOAF Lb - POPULAR SAUSAGE TREATS All Tood, No Waste Readily Digested and Dee- Itolous PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF SAUSAGE RING MVER SMALL, SIZE FRANKS POLISH SAUSAGE SOUSE LUNCH LOAF, Pound 290 MILD CUBE SUMMER SAUSAGE, Lb. 380 EINO LIVER SAUSAGE, Pound 280 FBE8H POEK BACK BONES, Pound 50 Algona Creamery Butter ,, 43c Fresn country Eggs Doz 32t SOUR LIQHT BUMS Each 60 SANDWICH IAOI smut SMQI CAMPBELL SPINACH SOUP, Can ... I2c FANCY HEAD RICE, Pound ,..,,., I2c H ART'S BAKED BEAMS, 26-oz, .....14c MICHIGAN NAVY BEANS, 2 Lbs. ... 19c ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE MIX, Bag ,., .24c SUPERB ROLLED OATS, 3-lb, Pkg, . 24c GARVEY PEANUT BUTTER, 25-oz, 36c Lb, 52c Lb, $1,03 Double! WWpJ>t4 SALAD 9E||v BiBpr *i SjSpWBR B1UEMOON

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