The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1945 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1945
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DRIVE FOR USED CLOTHING TO BE EXTENDED 14 DAYS County Chairman, Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, Urges Town Chairmen to Organize and Collect. Mrs. H. A. French, of Titonka, Kossuth chairman for WPB Division oC Scrap Collection, has received notice from the National Clothing Collection headquarters that the drive Tor used clothing will continue for another two weeks. She suggests that whers any town chairman has not ycl organized for collection there is Still time to so organize and to sponsor this most necessary ant! urgent work and put over a good project. She advises that where an organization takes up the work contact should be made with Dan West, 100 Maiden Lane, New York, N. Y., and he will give full directions for packing and shipping. The Kossuth towns which are in process of collecting report excellent cooperation and that large amounts of clothing are being collected. Mrs. French is in hopes that, Kossuth will respond 100 per cent to this worthy cause and project. Internal Revenue Office To Be Open Fridays, Saturdays The Internal Revenue office In the post office building will be open on Fridays and Saturdays until further notice, with Martin Hanson in charge. C. E Campbell, who was formerly in charge, is recovering from r broken leg. Memorial For Seneca Soldier Sunday Memorial services will be held in the Blackjar Lutheran church at Seneca Sunday afternoon, May 6, at 2:30 for Pvt. Albin Eugene Nelson, Jr, who was killed in ac- fion in Normandy, July 9, 1944. Rev. H. D. Molstre will have charge of 'the services. Pvt. Nelson joined the armed forces February 8, 1942, and served with a detachment of infantry. •; '' ;V/-' 1 :;:';xY|i£ff^f- ; ^ ; ?; *id^i;^^llil: Former Irvington Boy Dies In Camp Mrs. Phil Chase, who lives on East Oak street, received word Friday of the death of her brother-in-law, Pfc. Herbert Chase, at Camp Lake Charles. Louisiana. She left immediately for Howard, S. D.. to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chase, who fur- morly resided in Irvington township. Herbert was born on a farm near LuVerne and was in hi? 28th year at tihc time of his death. On August 20. 1942, he entered the service, acting as a prisoner of war guard. His body was taken In Howard where military funeral rites wc'.'O conducted and burial was in th» family lot there Wednesday afternoon. Beside his parents he leaves a sister, Doris, and a brother, Albert, both of Howard and three other brothers in France, Pvt. Robert. S-Sgt. Phil and Cpl. Delbert. The latter has been overseas more than three years and is expected home soon. Sev. eral relatives and many friends extend sympathy to the family. Harlan Frankl Makes Navy , According to word from the Great Lakes Naval Station Harlan J. Frankl is now receiving initial naval indoctrination there, as is also Irvin J. Olson, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Olson, 802 S. Moore street. It was the desire of Harlan to get into the navy in preference to the army when he volunteered. He is the husband of Jeanette L. Frankl, 207 E. Elm street, Algona. Operated For Cataract Mrs. John Coughlin, who has been making her home for some time with her daughter, Mrs. Don J Mertz in Lincoln, Nebraska, recently underwent a second cataract operation which was performed Wednesday of last, week. She had 'her first operation some time ago. Mrs. Coughlin formerly lived in Algona and still owns her home here. CHURCHES! ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Church school 10:00 a. m. Services 11:00 a. m. The Episcopalian Guild will meet Thursday at 2:30 with Mrs. Lela Gardner. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Nelson Allen Price, Minister. 9:45 a. m., Church school. 10:45 a. m., Morning worship, v THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MAY 3-4-5 JUST A COUPLE OF SWEATER BpYS... Working their way through eiQLS'Schooli Romping through llieir NEWEST and GRIAUSJ loughterpiece !.„-"* Fun for the Family Saturday Night SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, MAY 6-7-8 THENOIANSOF BROOKLYN! Ww Bonds a»4 Stamps »t Courtesy Dos Molncs Iteslslcr Enid Fuller Engaged— Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fuller announce the engagement of their daughter Enid to Lt. Robert Morse Coors, son of Mrs. Morse Coors of Ithaca, N. Y., and H. F. Coors of Atlanta, Idaho. Enid is employed with the Embassy in Calcutta, India. Lt. Moors is also stationed there. Beta Sigma Phi Banquet and Installation— At. an annual Founder's Day formal banquet at the Algona Hotel Wednesday evening new officers of the Alpha Psi Chapter No. 535 of Beta Sigma Phi were installed with the following taking office: Jean Miner, president; Ro- 3erta Miller, vice president; Emma Jeanne Ringgenberg, recording secretary; Mildred Waller, corresponding secretary, and Valeria Butts, treasurer. Initiation of pledges also took place. The Dledges, now members, are Lucile Waggoner, Marie Voelker, Agnes Pelisek, Ardecn Sampson, Ruth Butts, Elgena Calhoun, Marj Quirine Coppotelli, Phyllis Enin- jer, Betty Henry, and Rosalie Swanson. Eleanor Mowers, now on leave of absence, is also a pledge member. Acting as toastmistress was the retiring president, Esther Sigsbee. A toast to the initiates was given )y Elnor Detlofsen with a response ay Lucille Waggoner. A pledge of incoming officers was given by he newly elected president, Jean Winer. Val Williams gave a toast .o the retiring president. Other •etiring officers were Jeanne Gu- lerian, corresponding secretary; /al Williams, treasurer; Mary r rances Carney, recording secre- ary, and Phyllis Hoover, vice president. Committees in charge of the janquet arrangements were: Place and menu, Val Williams, Jean Guderian, Elgena Calhoun and Norma Brandow; decorations, Sinma Jeanne Ringgenberg, Rosalie Swanson, Mary Quirine Cop- sotelli, Dorothy Miller, Ruth Butts, and Ardeen Sampson; toast, Agnes Pelisek, Dot Smith, Mildred Waller, and Valeria Butts; transportation, M a r y Frances barney, Irene Hutchins, Jean Ulrich; pledge committee, Roberta iller, Jean Miner and Elnor Det- ofsen; program and music for •Hual, Phyllis Eninger, Anita -Taase, Mary Ann Jergenson, Kay Vlills, and Lucile Waggoner. jotts Creek Lassies Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies met at ,he home of Betty Gcngler on <Vpril 14. Roll call was answered "One time saved I have adopted." A business meeting was leld in which there was a discussion on the number of war >onds and stamps that had been bought by members since the last meeting. The study of pictures seven and eight was also enjoyed. 3etty Gengler gave a talk on 'Ways and means to house a hobby." Betty Muller also gave n talk about an improvised dress- ng table. Everyone Jearned how :o make chair and pillow covei'3. After the meeting everyone sang songs and the 'hostess and her mother served a lunch. Townsend Club No. 1— Members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren on Tuesday evening, May 1, with a rummage game the diversion of the evening. The regular business session was held with spe- cial ibullettns read by Mrs. Flora and Mrs. Holdren. A May spring festival was planned, the main featuue being the scrap paper drive. All members are asked to save all scrap paper for collec" tion. Those having yarn are asked to call W. R. Carney t phone 269-W. Washington flashes were read by Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Heard. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, May 15. Mother-Daughter Banquet— The Congregational church will have their annual Mother and Daughter banquet this evening at 6:30 p. m. Beth Annis and her circle are serving the meal and planning the program. Helen Comfort will present the program and grace will be said toy five little girls, Marcia Stillman, Judy Murtagh, Virginia Fristedt, Mary Lou Mawdsley, and Carmen Wellendorf. There will be a reading by Laura Neville, a solo by Mrs. M. G. Bourne, and a musical reading by Kay Mills. Rev. Clyde will give a talk. Seventy-Seventh Birthday Celebrated— Sunday Mrs. Sara McFadden celebrated her 77th birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Nyman of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Palmer and Stewart McFadden of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shillinger and daughter Winifred of Emmetsiburg, Mrs. 2arl Baker and daughter, Mrs. H. Larue and son Owen Baker of Sagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Salisbury of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Anderson and daughter Dorothy of Alta. Rebckah Parly— A Rebekah party was held Tuesday evening. Games wer6 3layed and lunch was served. Vfrs. Anna Nelson received ladies' high prize, Ben Potter, the men's prize, and Herman Funk, the low >rize in 500. In other games VIrs. James Allen won first; Mrs. Alma Nelson, second; Mrs. Otto Schmidt, third and Mrs. Victor leiserodt, the low prize. The Rebekahs will hold their next meeting Tuesday evening at eight o'clock at the VFW hall. Soroptimist Club Party— The Soroptimist club celebrated its first birthday which fell on VTonday, April 23, win a seven o'clock dinner Thursday evening at Cook's private dining room. The table was decorated with spring flower centerpieces and a )irthday cake with one large :andle. Louise Magnuson and lose Scanlan were the committee n charge of arrangements. Fol- owing a business meeting the ;roup played gin rummy. with presentation of charter tu Boy Scout troop No. 71. Sermon: 'The Boy Jesus." 5:00 p. m., Junior High Methodist Youth Fellowship. 5:45 p. m., Senior M. Y. F. Cabinet meeting and supper at the parsonage. 7:30 p. m., Senior Methodist Youth Fellowship at Roger and Muriel Burgess's, 622 N. Thorington. No evening church service. ST. CECELIA'S CHURCH J. M. Mallinger, Pastor Masses at 7:00 8:30 and 10:00. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH L. H. Loesch, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Bible class, 9:45 a. m. Divine service, 10:30 a. m. The public is cordially invited FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John P. Clyde, Minister Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Church services at 11:00 a. m Sermon: "The World We Build.' The public is cordially invited. Pilgrim Fellowship at 7:00 n m. H.W.POST Dray a«4 Trauefer Storage of all kiwis Long distance hauling. Every load insured again?* low M damage. Equipped to do all kinds gt draytog end haul- ttotiS* ""*<*' 1 Mis. 'tilee Pitcher, Boris Loh6 will ehtef tain at hoiise at the 'A. In froHi 2:30 unll 6:30 Friday af let-noon for Mrs. A. 1U Long, the former •Mary Henders&n of PpmMai Calif. Friends are invited -to call. aftarttobft / at tn« fSsidetce; ; Meeting— Eighteen members of the Wa* Tan- Ye club met for 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening at the Algona hotel.' A 'business meeting fol- i the (Garden club 1* meting 7s30 fc>. m. Moftday evfenirigVMay ?j at the public library.' Rftftdall Clark is head &f the program. Scwtotf Club— " iMrs. j, 1. Peer entertained her sewing club at Mrs. W. K* Ferguson's hom« Monday afterfioon. Fifteen ladies were present. . firetgiibbrs will meet f htirsday, M«y 10, at eight o'clbfik in the evening. ftrldf e Mfs. W. A. Vtgfirs entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon.. Townsend Sewing Club— The Townsend Sewing club met Mrs. A. M. Anderson Monday afternoon, April 30, to sew :arpet rags. Mrs. Andrew Bjus- rom was named secretary-treasurer of this group. The group oted to have two afternoon meet- ngs a month, the next, to be at ;ho home of Mrs. Charlie Heard, 219 West Nebraska street, on onday afternoon, May 14. 'amily Dinner Held— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker leld a family dinner Sunday in lonor of their son, S-Sgt. Raymond Walker Guests included VTr. and Mrs Lewis Broesdqr and wo children of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and three children of Whittemore, Mr. and VIrs. Orville Holdren and' two children of Algona, and Mrs. Arch Walker and family. Ninth Birthday Celebrated— Myrna Lou Latch, daughter of VIr. and 'Mrs. Nyle Latch, cele- >rated her ninth birthday Wednesday with eleven little friends. They included Beverly St. John, Dorothy Hagg, Anne O'Brien, Pa- .ricia Willey, Janet Scuffham, Fulia Bourne, Joyce Miller, Marjaret Price, Jacqueline Vander- waal, Roelea Steven and Barbara Zwiefel. Birthday Celebrated— Durwood Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nelson, celebrated lis fifth birthday Sunday by having 12 of 'his little playmates in for the afternoon. Also attending were his grandmother, Mrs. Carrie St. John and his aunt, Mrs. Dale Nelson and Dale, Jr. U.S.NEEDS US STRONG Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PANCY BOX APPLES . 2 IB, 25c NEW TEXAS WAX ONIONS ; _ 2 , b , 19c RED CABBAGE lb . 7c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST ORANGES „„,. 39c TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 5 £or 290 FRESH CUBAN PINEAPPLE ,„. _ 49c Large Size Carnation Milk (Limit) Tall Can lie Dried Peaches lb. 3Sc Assorted Hard Candy lb. 29c Clinton Assorted Puddings each 4c Jack Sprat Flour 50 lb. bag $2.49 Gooches Best Macaroni 2 H>. Bag 27c Concentrated Cleanser , • Perfex i Toilet Soap (. , Lux :.._3 Bars 21C Thompson's Seedless Raisins .-2 lb. Bag. 25c Chocolate Cream Coffee 1 lb. glass Jar Carnation Malted Milk 1 lb. Jar Ranch House Pancake Flour ......^ lb. Box 25c Tidy House Painted Surface Cleaner ...............—59c Large Bar Swan Soap .....—.—~3 Bars 2lc Small Pkg. Oxydol 2 '<»• I7c Black Pepper (imitation) 1 lb. bag 39c ARMOUR'S TREET ARMOUR'S STAR WIENERS ........ ARMOUR'S HOT TAMALES ARMOUR'S ASS'T BAKED LOAVES KRAFT VEVEETA CHEESE SALT SIDE PORK DRESSED CHICKENS 12 can lb . W4 29c 33c ,,... 90 C oz. Jar &UV ...%' IB. 136 2 ^ 73c ,b 23c 38c ,„. 'S Jack Sprat MARKET IIHIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIUIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ We are Headquarters for LAUNDRY MARKING OUTFITS Especially useful for boys entering the service. This prevents losing garments by I* >unly stamping your name with indelible laundry ink on each piece. Set consists of: Rubber Stamp, Indelible Ink Stamp. Pad. J, G. JOHNSON 1276953 75* QMBtNQW /or RUBBER STAMPS, BADGES, SEALS, Etc, ^fe?p M^F f^f ^i& ?fe- • Des The Algona •- ^ffiP! J ."J:. - .: " ItAJtRINGTON & LOWE ft, J, Harrington *J?- Rtxsmn 212-14 WMt MM'l fik. BWf- ALQOKA, tOWA W, B, QUARTON H. W AtTTORNMS AT LAW Office in sawyer Building Office Phone 427 ALGJONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A, Hutchison (1802*1038) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 , Algoha, E3. J. Van Ness Alleft A. Brilnsofl VAN NESS & 8BUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Helse Building Phone 213 Al«ona, lows Oaylord D. Shumway EdW. D. Kellj Harold F. Fristedt SHUMWAY, KELLY & FRISTlSD* ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 58 ALGONA, IOWA LJNNAN ft LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW : Algona, Iowa Phone 2W Offlre over Kossuth Mut. Ina. Bldg. ALOONA, IOWA I* A. WINKEt, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algona. Iowa PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS O. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON BIELVIN O. BOURNE Phone—Office 107 Rea. 18* Across from P. S. Norton & Son DENTISTS A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 889 KARL R, HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. PhoHe 44 Res. Phone 11« OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—rBorcnardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE-'E, JOHNSON; (Burpee. Agency) District' Agent Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa ••.:• • Phone 656 ;: , Res. 178 Loans to Farmers!-arid Stockmen » with a sound basis for credit. 'Rate 4&% ' Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m., National Farm Loan Ass'n Office % Block South of Council Oak Store. Typewriter Paper 500 sheets 75' This Is a good grade bond paper and will make an ex oellent school paper, The Algona Upper Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY" "QUICKOI SERVKT HEADQUARTERS JPor Made-tQ'Ordw RUBBER STAMPS Your order* will b« fUW promptly »nd cfficientiy ORDER STAMP PADS AND BAND STAMPS- SEALS

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