The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 5
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(?' f fty KILLED IN ACTION ON OKINAWA • ' Ottesefc: Word . was recelWd hefe last week. by Mf. and Mrs. .Herman Veefkamp .that their son HertWan, Jr., a member of the /98th Infantry, was killed In ac- tlbn on April 6 on Okanawa. The yoling man attended the Ottdseri .school and prior to his- induction worked on his parents' farm eafct of town. The young man had been in the service a year ;tt .February, taking his training at A camp in South Carolina, He had been lh other campaigns in the previous ta the Okinawa invasion. •Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson were 'business callers in Emmetsburg and Humboldt Saturday, Mf. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel .find daughters Muriel and Leslie .Ann visited relatives at Worthington, Minn., Sunday. Algona, Iowa, May 10, 1945 v tioy-a fitsiott Koflus of Al \vef4 Friday afternoon callers at the-Eugene fiofius hbffie, ' Mf. and Mfs, Chester Alme arid daughter Shirley x were Sunday dinner guests of the letter's parents, J. M. Blanchards of Lotte Roek* Mrs, Altne's brother, Lt. Jessie Blaftchard M Spending a furlough at .home and the dinner was in his honor. . Mf* tJohald Cooper and cml* dren Wllma and Gary left Friday evening to Visit t»vt. Donald Co6- per who is statlorfed In a earnp in Arkansas. The young man entered the service about two months ago and is in the infantry. 'Mrs. Cooper and the children expect to return in about 3 or 4 weeks* Naomi Struthers returned Sunday evening after spending the past week in Des Moines with her sister, Vera, who is seriously ill at the Methodist hospital there. Vera has. (been taking x-ray treatments for a cancer ailment and was suddenly taken seriously ill about a week ago. Her condition was Said to have improved somewhat. 8TH GRADERS AT BURT TO GRADUATE NEXT WEDNESDAY , Burt: the dth grade graduates this year number, 15 as follows: Keith Bates, Dolores Block, Eve- lyri Daniels, Marlene DremmtJ Donald German, Leona Gifford, John Groen, Bueford Kicfcbush, Duane Pannkuk, Junior Rachtit, Carrol Reimers, Joyce Ryerscm, Milton Salisbury, Anna Sankey and Gary Schenck. Their graduation program is Wednesday, May 16, at 2:30 in the school auditorium. Program: "Uncle Sam's Good Neighbors" toy Willis N. Bugbee. Music and dancing. Class colors are blue and white and the class flower the tulip. Gus Rlchter of Algona is Vls- itinf? his sister, Mrs. Chas. Leeck. The Four-H group met at the home of Harold Fisher Tuesday evening. Lynna Carter of Ottumwa spent BARDEM -WE MUST TIGHTEN OUR So Stated Our Late Commander in Chief. O. P. A. Informs us that we will set 30% less canning sugar this year . . . The food purchases for the army will be 15% more than last year ... Everything points '* to the vital Importance of VICTORY. OUR 1945 VICTORY GARDENS ' '»f»j»'< KEEP PRICES DOWN .YES WE HAVE STRAWBERRIES AND BANANAS SUPPLY LIMITED— Shop Early FCY.WINESAP APPLES Pound ....... 1310 TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Full Ripe, Full of Juice, Sweet as Sugar POUND 71c SOLID SALAD CABBAGE POUND 4c TEXAS YELLOW ONIONS POUND 6c GREEN MOUNTAIN ORIGINAL 75-LB. BAG IO-1B. MESH BAG SUKKIST NAVEL ORANGES PEB POUND 120 SUN KI8T LEMONS PEB POUND 13i0 ICEBERG LETTUCE POUND 9c FIRM RIPE Tomatoes POUND I9c Fresh Country EGGS Doz. Algona Creamery BUTTER 43c GARVEY'S CREAM STYLE PEANUT BUTTER 25-Ounce Jar ........34c "r*wt«jggg8»i«*-"-- 30% LESS CANNING SUGAR! There U nUo a reduced ramr allotment for commercial pre- WHITE LOAF ."The Thirsty Flour" '••', 50-lb. Bag $1.99 FIRST PRIZE Guaranteed Flour SO-lb. »| QM Bag $I.O4 GENUINE JboDLES MICHIGAN NAVY BEAMS 2 & 190 JAMS, JELLY and PRESERVES See Council Oak for » •i wide, assortment f rJT OUR LOW CEILING PRICES FANCY .HEAD RICE 120 SUPERB ROLLED DATS ^oodaitffffffa 5!*siiK?s>H. x "m MOCK CHICKEN LOAF Pound ........390 ' V^' ***«&, OOTTO SALAMI jb 43c SPICED LUNCH MEAT lb. 49c SUMMER SAUSAGE ..-......... lb. 38c PURE PORK PEPPER LOAF Pound ....... 490 SOUSE LOAF lb. 29e RING LIVER SAUSAGE lb. 28c BACK BONES lb. 5c MACARONI & CHEESE BIG and RING BOLOGNA "'310 310 PICKLE & PIMENTO 310 LOAF 8 LB, CLUB STYLE FRANKS POPULAE SAUSAGE TREATS 310 "• All Food, No Waste, Readily Digested and Dee- Uoloas LONG LIVER "• 310 SMALL SIZE FRANKS LB. OLD FASHION 310 MEAT LOAF POLISH SAUSAGE ^10 "•310 PV*AM4J T» **U-U.IS WlMM-CT •• • - , GOLDEN CORNS,' 140 MONTE ».•* 200 8TBXJP I-ACKr-SWEEX POTATOES 8& •«.. 200 UflUttvA'a t. afl •§ GRAPE JUICE lln . 1/0 IIEAYY STBUP-WHOLB APRICOTS?:.'* , Town Tfttt—Heary Symp PEACHES ^«H "n'm' 24(5 300 Nancy Aw LIGHT HI! n**twjfVTM inn™ «.Uf CRACKED WHEAT ;Mm ABM * HAMMER Baking Soda \ HEBSHEY Bkflt. COCM 100 CAXXJMKT ' "<||w Baking Powder caT 190 »9t«. 190J ARGO GLOSS STARCH POUNP BOX 19c PANTRY PRH>E BREAKFAST iiritup 1'Bfr 19* 24e i?«M ff»*r«n£« ft FIR ante,,. mmri «» PgiWf. OUB EVEBY RAISIN CINNAMOM lOc YOUR FftJENl) Saturday night With Barbara Hardgrove, Mrs. Marshall fofgefson entertained at a Vanishing tea Thursday evening. Mary Jean Rachtlt of Haveloek spent the week-end With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rachut. Mrs. Jess McDonald has as a guest this* week Her slater, Mrs. Mayme Emery of St. Paul, Minn. Rev. and Mrs. Best &Hd Miss Blanchard of Algona Called on Mrs. Dora: Armstrong Sunday afternoon. Wm. Batts moved Friday from the Dunnevan house here to the small house on the Presley Sarchet place. Pvt. Kenneth Hutzel arrived Friday evening to spend -a 30 day furlough with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn 'Hutzel.- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webb and children of Titonka and Ilia Bilsborough of Algona were in town on business Saturday evening. The Busy Bee club Will meet with Mrs. Dean Andrews-Friday afternoon. This will be a Mother's day tea. Some 26 women belong to this group. . Mr. and Mrs. JK. J. Smith and Mrs. Robert Murray attended the music 1 concert given by the high school and the Bel Canto dub in Algona Sunday afternoon. . •Mf. and Mrs. Wilfred Chafee expect their son, Pvt. Roland Chafee home for Mother's day. Pvt. Chafee is now at. Schick hospital, Clinton, lor treatment, •Mrs. I/aura Girton of Sioux Falls spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. A. H. S. Thompson and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. Thursday was Mrs. W. B. Officer's -birthday and in the evening her daughters Margaret and Mary had a surprise party for her ' \. _L_^L..,^iS ^ ; ffi"i Lu Verm Vicinity News Items Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg attended the *?0th anniversary of the Lutheran church in Lotts Creek Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund and Delores were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton in Algona. Geo. Merkle and his daughter Esther spent several days in Minneapolis visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merkle. Mrs. Jack LeWarne and son of Fort Dodge spent several days visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf of Ft. Dodge spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hunt and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Orval Ramus and daughter spent several days in Waterloo visiting at the home of hei' sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maas. Pvt. Dean Bowman arrived lome Friday from Texas to spend a nine day furlough with his father, Wm. Bowman, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Guy Giddings arid son Junior spent the week-end Windom, Minn., visiting at in the at the K. J. Smith 'home. It was a surprise. Heinie Schrader visited at the C. H. Schrader home and with other relatives several'days. He lives in Des Moines and he is a twin brother of Albert Schrader of Milwaukee. , " The Burt Woman's club met Monday evening at the home qf Mrs. James Christensen. The book, "Anger in the Sky" by Susan Eretz was reviewed by Ruth Hodgson. This is the last meeting of the club for this year. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Riedel, Gerald and Lugenia attended •services at St. John's Lutheran church, Algona, Sunday morning. The baby boy, John Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kain, was baptized. Lugenia Riedel and Fern Drone were sponsors. Pvt. Lawrence Riedel arrived from California Friday to spend his furlough with his parents, W. H. Riedels and other relatives. Pvt. Riedel entered the -'service last December and has received his training at Camo ftbberts, Calif. He -will report to*Camp Ward, i Calif;, at the end *6f. his furlough. The Friendly Birthday club members spent Tuesday with Mrs, L. 'Richmann at her new home in Ormsby, Minn. Mrs. Richmann was a member when she lived here.' Those spending the day with the Richmanns were Mrs. Ed Bierstedt, Mrs. G. W.tBleich, .Mrs.; Emil, Hasse,., •, Mrst^Floyd Kpepke, ./Mrs, Bertha Koestler, Mrs.: Geo. Kdestler, Mrs.':Riedel, Mrs. Riemers, sMrs. Estel Rentz, Mrs. Rieth, Mrs. Henry Kueck and Mrs. Henry Weimer. St. John's Lutheran Churc'h The.Walther League will meet Thursday evening with Gerald and Lugenia Riedel serving, Sunday, May 13, 9:15, Sunday school; 10:00, Mission rally with Pastor A. Rehder of Fairville conducting the service." Methodist Church . Men's group met with Mr. McMullen Wednesday evening at 3. Next Sunday will 1 * be Mother's day. Special sermon and music for this service. 'Rev, and Mrs. Heddle entertained the Algona group of ministers ' and their wives Monday Those present were Dr. and Mrs. Burgess," Supt.; Rev. and Mrs, Price, Algona; Rev. and Mrs, Kitterman, Good Hope; Rev. and Mrs. Riggs, Wesley; Rev. and Mrs. Phillips, LuVerne, and Rev." Paul, West Bend. iome of her brother and family, Pfc. and Mrs. Howard Ketzenburg. Mrs Julia Pergande and Mary Ann accompanied toy Wayne and Robert Pergande spent the weekend in Blue Earth Minn., visiting her mother, Mrs. Swab, and other relatives. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson Were the Andrew Holts and Marvin Westrums 'and family, all of Stratford and the Geo. Wolfs and Orville Andersons. Mrs. John Tiede, Fred Tiede, Wm. Tiede and Mrs. Max Meyer spent Saturday in Mason City visiting their sister, Mrs. Conrad Ristau who fell recently and suffered a broken back. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnkendorf and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs. Howard McCrady and family of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund and daughter Delores visited Mrs. Willard Ziegler who is in Kossuth hospital in Algona, _.. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ziegler is the former Dorothy Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and son Duane of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Palmer and son of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nerem of Corwith were guests Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs O. S. Lund. The Birthday club met Friday at the home of Mrs. Harry Lichty. There were three "tables of bridga. Mrs. Archie Sanford received high score, Mrs. John Ramus received low score 'and travel prize was received by Mrs. Steve Baker. Mrs. John Ramus' birthday was observed. Lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith have received word, that their daughter Beverly has joined the air corps in the Women's Army Corps. Beverly =has^ been employed in an aircraft factory in Englewood, Calif., . for the ' past several months. She is a 1942 graduate of the LuVerne high school. She will report to Fort Des Moines for her basic training. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed.Hof entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of . Get Home Comfort that Laid a Housetime with an 'EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone us today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA New and Used Farm Supplies - Feeds - Seeds Machines Tower Tractor Sweep Rakes I»y Hawk Stackers Steel »nd Wood Wagon Stee} Water Ho? Feeders &n<l Wat*re,r«i Chick Feeders ^4 Waterers Speedy Cultivator Shield* Batter!*? for Tractor or Car steel ' Harrow or Draw GJllettf 'Ffreii and Planter P4«e Plow Shares Tractor o« ft, In the Feed Store Have— We 'Our Best, Honeymead and Certainty Chick Starter Fix Afeals Ho*, Supplements Soy Bean Meal Roiled Oats Scratch Feeds Chtek Gri^ Charcoal Salt «f AU Kinds Peat and ffyceaa. Chick Witer Gr**s Seeds Sudan and'Cane Seals I' W^llff f DJt^.W >*Tf**» ffVTf^lKf Bfltll!|ijj Swd Corn PJJot Oyster Sh*»S, 85o per Pvt- Harold Trauger who spent a furlough with his wHe and son. David Lee. Guests were Mr. an.j Mrs. Guy Trauger and son Merlin and Mrs. Robert Bierma and son Terry, all of Livermore; Mrs. Wm. Hof and two sons of Algona, and Pvt. and Mfs 1 . Harold ger >and David Lee. Pvt, f ratigcr left Monday evening fof El Paso, Texas, for duty. Jon A. Nelson, son of Mr, and Mrs. John A. Nelson oi LuVerne was recently graduated from the aviation storekeepers school In Jacksonville, Fla., and was promoted to aviaiion storekeeper 3rd cla$l fii his Lakes, Ml. , , 1911, tfaSntfig He wfls _____ . ferred to the Naval Aif SeTSfl Training Center it Fla. Nelson is & flti aviation storekeeper and probably see service with a air unit, eraent Co. Oh the joy of giving Mother a gift she will really appreciate! And because we know how much you want to please her, we have hand picked a gift selection that actually covers the field. Don't wait for the last minute. Come in now and choose from Our Worthy collection of sparkling and practical presents. Fabric pouch bag with over arm. handle and lucite ciasp. Rayon lined; completely equipped Lovely rayon slips, with lace trim and tailored. Black; tea rose, n'avy Pretty Spun Rayon dress—in printed fabrics—as well as plain—all sizes including half sizes Beautiful printed handkerchiefs, with hand rolled edges Pins, Earrings, Bracelets, Chokers, Pearl Beads and Sets— Printed or plain Rayon Crepe Gowns, Cotton or Rayon Crepe Pajamas,-in beautiful colors, well «4 0f| fluffy alleys tp

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